Popular music competition show The Masked Singer just started its second season, and fans think that Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco may be hiding under one of the masks. 

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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One of the toughest characters to figure out is the Leopard. While fans make guesses, some believe 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. 

One YouTube commenter pointed out that the font on one of the clue clips looks like the album cover font for Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die. Also, knowing Urie’s stage looks, the elaborate Leopard suit would be fitting to his personality. 

You can see the clues for the character below.

Other people in the comments believe it could be Seal or RuPaul, so it’s pretty mixed so far. We’ll have to wait to see if it is Urie under the mask, or if we’re just fooling ourselves. 

See what other people said about Urie possibly being the Leopard below. 

The Masked Singer airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on Fox. You can see a trailer for this season below. 

More Panic! At The Disco news

Solo artist and former Panic! At The Disco guitarist Ryan Ross covered one of his former band’s songs at a show on Monday. 

Ross performed “Northern Downpour” at a gig in Arizona that he performed with the Dead End Kids Club, alongside Z Berg of the Young Veins. The group is a collective of musicians who perform informal shows in the style of school dances across North America. 

The band are currently on the group’s 1st Annual Fall Ball, which is where Ross decided to treat the crowd with a rarely-heard Panic! At The Disco song. 

The P!ATD track has been retired from the group’s setlist since 2011 when they last performed it on March 1 of that year in Los Angeles. Now, Ross has brought it out of retirement, and it’s the first time a member of Panic! At The Disco has performed it live since. 

The track was also one of the last songs that Ross wrote while he was still in the group. He left P!ATD in 2009 for creative differences.

You can see some fan-captured footage of Ross performing the throwback Panic! track below. 

You can see the remaining dates for the Dead End Kids Club’s tour below and grab tickets here. . 

10/05 — Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street Collective
10/06 — Kansas City, MO @ Encore at Uptown
10/08 — Denver, CO @ Lost Lake Lounge
10/13 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo
10/28 — San Francisco, CA @ Cafe Du Noro

What do you think about Brendon Urie possibly being on the show? Sound off in the comments down below!

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