The Masked singer fans slam judges after eliminating Omarion as Yeti and argue singer got ‘robbed’

THE Masked Singer fans slammed the judges after they eliminated Omarion as the Yeti and argued that the singer got “robbed.”

The contestant’s elimination means that the Black Swan, Chameleon and Piglet will compete in next week’s finale.

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The Yet was unmasked during Wednesday’s episode of The Masked Singer

During the latest episode of The Masked Singer, the top four took the stage to give memorable performances.

Despite getting the judges off of their feet for his performance of Kool & the Gang’s Celebration, the Yeti earned the least amount of votes and was eliminated.

Before he was unmasked, the judges each took turns guessing who the singer behind the mask was.

Ken Jeong guessed he was Justin Bieber, while Nicole Scherzinger said he was Mario.

Meanwhile, Robin Thicke guessed the contestant was Omarion and Jenny McCarthy said she thought he was Ne-Yo.

He impressed the judges with a performance of Celebration
The judges each took turns guessing his identity before the unmasking

Guest judge Darius Rucker guessed he was Crisco.

Following the unmasking, host Nick Cannon asked the contestant why he chose to participate on The Masked Singer.

He answered: “This is a new challenge.

“This was an amazing experience that I had so much fun in every single week.

“This was an amazing opportunity and I’ll see you all again!”

The identity of the man in the chicken suit- known as Cluck-a-Doodle Doo- was also revealed during the latest episode of The Masked Singer.

Following a choreographed performance, the judges took turns guessing who the trickster was.

After he was unmasked as Donnie Wahlberg, Ken and Darius guessed he was Kevin James.

Meanwhile, Robin and Jamie guessed he was Jamie Foxx.

Jenny, who is married to Donnie, said it was Akon due to his “tone.”

Donnie was unmasked as the Chicken


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