The Masked Singer Recap: Ugly Sweater is Charlie Wilson & Starfish is Kate Flannery

The Masked Singer

On Queen Night, the seventh episode of ‘The Masked Singer’ Season 11, Ugly Sweater, Starfish, and Goldfish took the stage to perform some of Queen’s most iconic hits. The episode ended with two unmaskings, revealing the celebrities behind the costumes.

Ugly Sweater, the first contestant to be unmasked, was revealed to be none other than Charlie Wilson, the former lead vocalist of The Gap Band. His performance of “I Want to Break Free” had the judges guessing, with Robin Thicke being the only one to correctly identify him. Wilson’s clue package included references to Snoop Dogg and Tupac, and he shared a connection with host Nick Cannon, stating that he had given Cannon dating advice.

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The competition then intensified as Starfish and Goldfish faced off in a Battle Royale, each putting their spin on “Another One Bites the Dust.” Ultimately, Goldfish emerged as the winner, leaving Starfish to be unmasked. The celebrity behind the Starfish mask was revealed to be Kate Flannery, best known for her role as Meredith Palmer on ‘The Office’. Flannery’s clue package included references to her time as a waitress, serving celebrities like Steve Martin and Whitney Houston, and her connection to Jenny McCarthy, to whom she had offered tickets to her show.

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With Ugly Sweater and Starfish’s identities now known, Goldfish advances to the quarterfinals, joining Group C’s Poodle Moth and Clock. The episode concluded with a preview of the next round, Group B’s face-off, promising another night of captivating performances and intriguing clues.

The Masked Singer Queen Night aired on FOX on Wednesday April 17.

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