'The Masked Singer' Recap: Identities of 2 Costumed Stars Revealed on 'Transformers' Night

In the Wednesday, April 10 episode, double elimination forces two costumed contestants to be sent home despite having shown off their abilities in front of the audience and panelists.

AceShowbiz - A number of fan-favorite contestants from Group A returned to the stage for "Transformers Night" in the Wednesday, April 10 episode of "The Masked Singer". Starfish, Ugly Sweater, Lovebird, Goldfish and new Wild Card contestant Koala took the stage to perform songs that appeared in movies from the "Transformers" film franchise in front of the panelists.

Hitting the stage first was Starfish, who said, "While other kids played in the sandbox, I played with the jukebox. That machine transformed my life," and shouted out Eric Clapton, Fleetwood Mac and Green Day in her clue package. Starfish also showed a "live" sign and one for the teachers' lounge.

Starfish decided to kick off the night off with a performance of a classic rock ballad titled "21 Guns" by Green Day. By delivering the song, Starfish was able to show off their skills in hitting high notes, prompting the audience members to like the performance.

Starfish was showered with praise by one of the celebrity "detectives," Jenny McCarthy. "We loved you the first time we saw you, but this performance, your star just shined brighter," Jenny exclaimed. "We adore you!"

Ugly Sweater was up after Starfish. In his clue package, including a stop sign and fire sale tag, Ugly Sweater said, "When I met my soulmate, we could not be more opposite. My life was unraveling and hers was all buttoned up. I was consignment, she was couture. I was on top of the charts and she didn’t know who I was."

The second costumed star to hit the stage chose to entertain the audience and panelists by belting out "Brick House" by Commodores. The performance led Robin Thicke to gush, "Wow, don't let the Ugly Sweater fool you, the notes that that Sweater was hitting right now? Whoo, boy! It was nasty. It was dirty. It was funky. It was, whoo!"

Lovebird was the next costumed contestant to showcase their ability in front of the panelists. In his clue package, which also included golden popcorn, a racing flag and cameras 24/7, Lovebird said, "The world got to know me as somebody I was not. But I was celebrated, so I ran with it. Eventually, I had to escape the cage I was trapped in and the truth is what set me free."

Lovebird delivered a rendition of "All That You Are" by Goo Goo Dolls, leaving the audience and panelists impressed. Jenny asked fellow panelists, "Did you guys notice that there was more confidence in Lovebird this week? It's like you spread your wings, you opened your heart even more, and we all felt it tonight, Lovebird."

The fourth costumed star to take the stage was Goldfish, who said in her clue package, which inlcuded snow globe and a vampire bat, "Dating in Hollywood is hard and this Goldfish wasn’t always lucky."

Goldfish offered the panelists and audience a memorable performance of "Baby Come Back" by Player. Commenting on Goldfish's performance, Robin marveled, "Well, the vocals were incredible. She went for the high notes. The crowd went crazy, and she brings a whole other pizzazz to the whole thing."

Rounding out the night was the new Wild Card contestant, Koala. In his clue package, which had a captain's hat and a sign for Colorado, Koala said, "I'm actually kinda shy. When I first started out, I wasn't superstar material. I avoided interviews. And if you put me on the spot, I'd forget my words."

Surprising the audience, Koala appeared from the roof of a skyscraper, which was outside the studio, before stepping onstage to deliver "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" by Tears for Fears. Following the performance, Robin raved, "With song choices like that and vocals like that, you could 'Ko-all' the way."

After all of the performances, the contestants were getting ready to find out two stars who had the least votes from the audience since it featured a double elimination. That night, Lovebird, which was guessed to be Nick ViallColton Underwood, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino or Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, received the least votes and had to unmask. The costumed star was unveiled to be "The Bachelor" alum, Colton Underwood.

The other contestant with the least votes was Koala, which was thought to be Terry Crews, Michael Irvin or Deion Sanders, was revealed to be NFL player DeMarcus Ware.

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