Mallard Is a ‘Duck Dynasty’ Star, According to ‘The Masked Singer’
During The Masked Singer’s double elimination on Wednesday, The Mallard was unmasked and sent home.
Two more colorful contestants said their goodbyes on Wednesday’s episode, following last week’s big reveals.
The broadcast focused on new performances from Mallard, Caterpillar, Queen of Hearts, and Banana Split, as Group B took the stage.
Mallard, on the other hand, was unable to advance to the championship round.
If you weren’t already watching on FuboTV or another live service, scroll down to find out who this bird is (spoilers ahead).
Willie Robertson, the host of the reality TV show Duck Dynasty, was Mallard.
Unlike most of the other contestants on The Masked Singer, his costume was a perfect match for his persona.
Marsha Kay Robertson and Phil Robertson, the founder of Duck Commander, are his parents.
Korie Robertson is his wife, and the couple has six children together, including Dancing With the Stars alum Sadie Robertson.
The judging panel was stumped, as is so often the case.
Jenny McCarthy switched from Toby Keith to Jason Aldean, and Nicole Scherzinger switched from Dierks Bentley to Duane “Dog” Chapman of Dog the Bounty Hunter fame. Robin Thicke initially guessed Larry the Cable Guy, but later switched to Alan Jackson.
Billy Ray Cyrus was Ken Jeong’s sole guess, and boxer George Foreman was chosen by guest judge Cheryl Hines.
Mallard is the third double-elimination victim, following Pepper (Natasha Bedingfield) and Jester (Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols).
We lost newcomer Beach Ball two weeks ago, who was actually two competitors dressed up as one (reality TV stars Mama June and Honey Boo Boo).
We already knew who Hamster (actor Rob Schneider), Cupcake (Ruth Pointer of The Pointer Sisters) and Baby (comedian Larry the Cable Guy) were, as well as Dalmation (rapper Tyga), Puffer Fish (R&B legend Toni Braxton), Octopus (Los Angeles Laker player Dwight Howard) and Mother Nature (actress Vivica A Fox).
Season 6 of The Masked Singer premieres on FOX on Wednesdays at 8 p.m.
ET FuboTV (sign up for a free trial here) will be broadcast live.
The Masked Singer is also available on Hulu, where episodes begin streaming the morning after the broadcast.
Keep an eye on PopCulture.com for weekly updates on The Masked Singer and its revelations.