One controversial contestant’s unmasking on US Masked Singer prompted two celeb judges to stroll off established.
Two judges on the US edition of The Masked Singer judges have reportedly stormed offstage in protest following one particular controversial contestant’s grand expose.
The Hangover actor Ken Jeong and singer Robin Thicke – who are on the judging panel for the US model of the celebrity truth demonstrate – remaining the stage in the middle of filming following previous New York mayor and Donald Trump’s own law firm Rudy Giuliani was unmasked as a person of the singers, Deadline experiences.
The episode was filmed very last week and is established to air later on upcoming month.
Fellow judges Nicole Scherzinger and Jenny McCarthy remained on-set, the publication statements.
It was not unveiled how considerably into the competitors Giuliani had managed to progress, nor what costume he was donning (while unsubstantiated social media promises have outed him as ‘Cupcake Face’).
Giuliani, 77, a previous prosecutor, has turn out to be a controversial figure in latest many years, off the back of his humiliating cameo in the 2020 Borat movie, a unhappy hair dye are unsuccessful and for his assistance of Trump.
Jeong and Thicke reportedly returned to stage inevitably, wherever the judges all experienced a quick chat with Giuliani.
The episode might not have aired nevertheless but the masses around on social media are however having a kick out of the leaked information.
The Masked Singer airs on Fox in the US.
When the network was approached by Deadline, Fox reps declined to comment.
Giuliani is also but to comment.