The Masked Singer Season 4 Episode 7: What’s in Store?

There is no denying that season 4 of ‘The Masked Singer’ has been packed with some really jaw-dropping performances, as well as some rather entertaining moments. (Talk about Gremlin’s reveal, right?) It is almost as if each episode ups the ante every week. But we’re not complaining, because where else can you watch celebrities don costumes to sing anonymously and fabulously? So, if you’re curious about what to expect from the next episode, then we have got your back. 

The Masked Singer Season 4 Episode 7 Release Date

The seventh episode this season is titled, ‘The Group A Finals – The Masked Frontier,’ and it will be released on November 11, 2020, at 8/7c. For the sake of simplicity, we suggest making a mental note of the fact that each episode releases on a Wednesday.

Where to Watch The Masked Singer Season 4 Episode 7 Online?

For all you cord-cutters out there, there are multiple streaming platforms where you can catch ‘The Masked Singer’— Hulu, YouTubeTV, and Fox’s website. However, if you want to go offline, then you can make use of your cable subscription by simply tuning into FOX on Wednesday at 8 pm ET.

The Masked Singer Season 4 Episode 6 Recap

In the sixth episode, the contestants of Group C were singing for a spot in the cohort finals. Plus, it was established that Nicole Scherzinger and Jenny McCarthy were tied in the race for the Golden Ear trophy. The guest panelist was none other than the former contestant called Fox, aka Wayne Brady, who was also the winner of season 2. Lastly, a magic lamp clue was given out for each participant’s identity post the performance.

First up was Mushroom, who stated that he wanted to win over the world one song at a time. We were taken back to his time in North Spore High School, where many references (such as the iconic burn book) were made to ‘Mean Girls.’ Some visual motifs included lockers, an orange drink, and black beetles on a tray. In the end, Mushroom embraced being a nerd and an outcast, and he is better for having done so today.

After a stellar rendition of ‘If I Could Turn Back Time’ by Cher, the magic lamp clue was revealed— a brain. As far as the panelists were concerned, Ken Jeong felt that Mushroom was his former costar, Donald Glover. Nicole Scherzinger went with Adam Lambert. Wayne Brady felt as though Jaden Smith was behind the mask, and Robin Thicke agreed with this estimation.

The ever-so-spunky Broccoli came next. The clues video definitely made a lot of references to popular crime and mafia movies such as ‘Goodfellas.’ As for the visual elements, we saw a “taxi cabbage” and “Copabanana.” The character spoke about his good friend, the Big Cheese, for who he was seen making a pineapple pizza. Lastly, there were the numbers “3 7 2 6 5.”

Broccoli embraced his inner Lionel Richie while performing ‘Hello.’ The magic lamp clue was a roulette wheel, which really intrigued us, especially given the old-school(ish) Hollywood motifs that were seen in the clues video. Nicole Scherzinger felt that Broccoli was Wayne Newton, whereas Jenny McCarthy thought it could be Jason Alexander. However, both Ken Jeong and Wayne Brady guessed that the man in the costume was Martin Short.

The third performance of the night was by the very beloved Squiggly Monster. In the clues video, we saw what appeared to be the Presidential Office in the White House. He revealed that he had been bullied for being different since childhood, but that there was also immense power in comedy and laughter. Visually speaking, we saw popcorn, a penguin, a pineapple, a banana, a football, and lastly, what appeared to be some breakfast food. 

Singing The Rolling Stones’ ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,’ Squiggly Monster really seemed to have fun on the stage. His magic lamp clue was a bear. Jenny McCarthy felt that it could be Ted Danson hiding behind the persona, whereas Robin Thicke went with David Hasselhoff. Wayne Brady and Ken Jeong both agreed that Al Gore could be Squiggly Monster. After this, the character gave Nick Cannon a wacky hat and stated that he was married (while responding to a fan’s question).

The final performance of the night was by Jellyfish, who stated that she was super competitive. She asserted the importance of family and said that her father was her ride or die and that he had engineered her career. He would also drive her to gigs in faraway lands. We saw a ship named “USS BIG BIRD,” and there’s also cereal in the video.

Gracing us with a beautiful performance to Patsy Cline’s ‘Crazy,’ Jellyfish really did give it her all. The magic lamp clue was a tiger. Robin Thicke felt as though Sofia Richie was behind the mask, whereas Ken Jeong went with Lana Condor. Wayne Brady, however, was conflicted between Jamie Lynn Spears and Halle Bailey. 

With the good comes the bad, and the same is the case with ‘The Masked Singer’ stage. So we knew that elimination was right around the corner. Unfortunately, the adorable Squiggly Monster received the least amount of votes. However, on the plus side, we finally found out who the celebrity behind the mask was— Bob Saget! After a hilarious exchange with the panelists and the host, he performed one final time, unmasked.

The Masked Singer Season 4 Episode 7 Spoilers

The competition is definitely heating up, as next week, we will see the contestants of Group A battling it out in the group finals so as to win a spot in the super six. After Giraffe’s elimination in a previous episode, Popcorn, Snow Owls, and Sun will get the chance to prove their mettle yet again. Since they’re all strong contenders, we cannot determine who will be unmasked just yet. Also, it is possible that we will meet another guest panelist. However, we will have to wait until next week to find out what goes down in the episode. 

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