For one night only, The Masked Singer arena turned into a Broadway stage.
The Oct. 12 episode of the mystery celebrity singing competition series paid tribute to musical theater legend Andrew Lloyd Webber, who joined the show as a guest panelist for the evening.
The first performance of the night belonged to The Maize, who performed “Heaven on Their Minds” from Jesus Christ Superstar. Dressed as a huge ear of corn, The Maize’s clue package included a microphone, a small bird and the Statue of Liberty.
Up next, The Mermaid performed “Any Dream Will Do” from Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat, which was preceded by a clue package featuring two doves, a vinyl record and the revelation that the mystery celeb had once been in a horrible accident. After the performance, it was revealed that one of her songs had been inducted into the Library of Congress.
Finally, Robogirl sang “Bad Cinderella” from Lloyd Webber’s upcoming musical of the same name. Her clue package included a surfboard, jars of honey and intel that she’s worked with both Missy Elliott and Pharrell Williams.
After the initial fan vote, The Maize was forced to unmask and was revealed to be Sex and the City star Mario Cantone. It wasn’t all bad news, though, as Lloyd Webber said he was incredibly impressed with his voice and expressed desire to work together in the future.
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