What does the Fox say? Clearly, they says, “I am the winner of The Masked Singer Season 2.” And another thing he says is, “I am Wayne Brady.”
Indeed, on Wednesday, America discovered that it was the well known
Entertainer/vocalist/anchor person/on-screen character prowling underneath each one of those false hide pelts and layers of steampunk bonded leather, as Brady was given the pined for Golden Mask trophy.
Brady’s triumph came after a blockbuster execution of Otis Redding’s “Attempt a Little Tenderness,” during which the breathtaking Mr. Fox attempted a smidgen of pretty much everything, including kid band-style move moves and even some old-school rapping.
“I didn’t know until right now precisely how much winning this would intend to me,” they admitted, really seeming like they was crying from some place inside to empty depression of their top-hatted bobblehead.
“I’ve done this my entire life, and I’ve had the option to be sufficiently honored to satisfy many individuals, however I haven’t generally been upbeat myself. It’s required some investment to discover my satisfaction once more.… I simply need to thank the show for satisfying me one fox.”
It was a shockingly enthusiastic night Wednesday, taking into account this is typically an especially senseless show featuring bipedal furries doing Devo and Pussycat Dolls karaoke.
The judges were all crying through their own Mardi Gras covers; overexcited host Nick Cannon was asserting Brady had quite recently given “one of the best melodic exhibitions in TV history” (better believe it, no); and Jenny McCarthy was calling The Masked Singer “the best show on TV” (really, she was directly about that).
Nicole Scherzinger told Wayne, “This [victory] couldn’t go to an all the more meriting human,” while Brady lauded The Masked Singer for “putting ability first.” (Well, in the event that Brady implied the ability of Emmy-selected ensemble architect Marina Toybina, at that point yes.)