‘The Masked Singer’ settles Brendon Urie theory by unmasking leopard
At long last, the identity of the leopard on The Masked Singer has been revealed, and unfortunately, it’s not Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie like fans had hoped.
To fill you in, the Fox competition show features celebrities who sing in different masks. Fans guess who is under the masks as the competition progresses, until a winner is picked and reveals their identity.
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The show is in its second season, one of the toughest characters for fans to figure out is the Leopard. While fans make guesses, some believed it could be Urie hiding under that mask. While it seems unlikely once you hear the person sing, it could be possible.
You can see a clip of the Leopard singing a Queen track below.
After fans made some speculations, P!ATD manager Zack Hall took to Instagram to let fans know that it’s not Brendon Urie hiding under the mask. He also guessed that the character was actually Titus Burgess in disguise.
Now, the character has finally been unmasked, and it turns out it wasn’t Urie. Actually, it was musician Seal, which makes a lot more sense based on the voice. You can see a video of the reveal below.
The Masked Singer airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on Fox. You can see a trailer for this season below.
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