'The Masked Singer' Season 2: Rottweiler amazes the judges with his performance of Ed Sheeran's 'Castle on the Hill'
Rottweiler came in with a banging performance as he showed off his vocal skills by choosing to sing 'Castle on the Hill' by Ed Sheeran.
The Rottweiler has become one of the fan-favorites ever since he started singing on the show. While the celebrity admitted that he was surprised he made it so far, the judges and the audience thought otherwise. There were several clues laid out for the audience to figure out who is in the mask.
In this introductory video, Rottweiler mentioned that he did not take the conventional route to stardom while the fans got to see an image of a vacuum cleaner. The viewers also got to see the flag of the state of North Carolina that is followed by a crime scene which hints that the celebrity has appeared on the television show that is associated with crime drama.
To showcase his vocal talents, the Rottweiler chose to perform "Castle on the hill" by Ed Sheeran. Fans were left speechless after his performance and even stated that it was probably one of the best performances of the season. But everything depended on the judges guessing who could be in the mask. Some of the guesses included Gavin DeGraw and James Franco. For his clue, the celebrity showed a painting that he had painted of Triumph the Insult Comic Dog. The judges were now not only impressed with his singing skills but also his painting skills.
Meanwhile, fans tried their hand at guessing who could be in the mask. Most of them placed their bets on singer Chris Daughtry. "Chris Daughtry his unconventional way to stardom ummmm American idol anyone and the football references it’s all there," wrote one user.
Another added, "It’s Chris Daughtry! His voice is unmistakable! He’s from Roanoke Rapids, NC! AND he’s an amazing artist!" Meanwhile, others refused to hear any other guesses as one of the comments read, "@CHRIS_Daughtry if the Rottweiler is anyone other than you I swear I’ll be disappointed because you have such a distinct voice to me." Looks like we will just have to wait to find out who really is in the Rottweiler mask.
'The Masked Singer' airs on Wednesdays at 8 pm on FOX.