Panelist Ken Jeong believes that ‘Sex and the City’ Jennifer Hudson is dressed as a harp
‘The Masked Singer’ arrives on Fox’s screen with a slew of color and excitement for both panelists and audiences. The first singer, the harp, takes the stage and the immediate reaction of the panelists was that she is “young and graceful”.
Panelist Ken Jeong believes that Sex and the City’s Jennifer Hudson is dressed as a harp. Another panelist suggested that the actress under the mask was Queen Latifah. However, after hearing the harp’s cues and singing, fans feel the singer’s identity is too obvious. And according to them, it’s Amber Riley.
Harp is so obvious to the fans!
Harp entered the stage of ‘The Masked Singer’ with such grace. The clue for this costume is the singer addressing that she auditioned for The Greatest Show as a teenager. However, it wasn’t “The American Idol”. To be selected and have a thriving career is a dream come true for her. The masked singer says she won’t take “no” for an answer. In addition, there are other indications that she is a singer, actress and comedian. Upon hearing all the clues, fans immediately concluded that it’s Amber Riley. However, none of the panelists thought it was Amber.
Fans immediately flooded social media, talking about the harp’s identity being too obvious. “Harp is Amber Riley. You don’t watch Glee and you don’t know her voice #TheMaskedSinger,” one fan wrote after instantly recognizing her voice. Another wrote in all confidence, claiming: “That has to be Amber Riley! #TheMaskedSinger“. Posting a nodding gif, another ‘The Masked Singer’ fan wrote: “The Harp is SOOOO obviously my darling sister the iconic Amber Riley #TheMaskedSinger.” Well, another listed reasons why it could be Amber. The fan wrote: “Harp is Amber Riley • American Idol dismissed her tip • ‘Outcast’ tip was about happiness • The 3D glasses were about happiness: the 3D concert film #TheMaskedSinger”.
The Masked Singer is available to stream on FOX.
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