It’s not every day a three-time Grammy Award winner is sent home on The Masked Singer. But that happened Wednesday night (Oct. 13), when Cupcake got tossed.
The latest episode of Fox’s unlikely hit returned to Group B, and its lineup of Banana Split, Queen of Hearts, Mallard and Cupcake, who tackled Bruno Mars’ “Finesse”.
There was another surprise when the Wildcard entry Caterpillar made an appearance, wearing what organizers are calling the “the longest costume in Masked history.”
Sadly, for Cupcake, the end has come and the mask came off.
Nicole Scherzinger guessed right, pointing out the singer was none other than Ruth Pointer of the Pointer Sisters, the ‘80s hitmakers behind “Jump” (For My Love), “I’m So Excited,” “Slow Hand” and more.
Ruth Pointer can’t be too disappointed. Across their career, the Pointer Sisters bagged 26 Billboard Hot 100 entries, including seven Top 10 appearances. They’ve snagged three Grammys from 10 nominations.
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