'The Masked Singer' Season 8 Battle of the Semifinals: Snowstorm is comedian Nikki Glaser, Harp and Lambs move to finale
Fans are eagerly waiting for the finale episode to see who will be the winner of this season
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: 'The Masked Singer' Season 8 brought the Thanksgiving special with its 'Battle of the Semifinals.' After Snowstorm won the last episode, she faced off against Harp and Lambs on Thursday night. But if you tuned in FOX right at 8.pm, you might have been disappointed in the first 15 minutes, as the NFL postgame aired. and eagerly awaited to see 'The Masked Singer,' addressed the delay, writing, "What would Thanksgiving be without our #TheMaskedSinger football family?"
We saw all three masked singers, Snowstorm, Harp, and Lambs, singing their top-note songs in the episode 'Batlle of the Semifinals.' However, only Lambs and Harp advanced to the finals, leaving Snowstorm eliminated on stage. Snowstorm was unmasked to be the comedian Nikki Glaser. Now fans are eagerly waiting for the finale episode to see who will be the winner of this season.
Clues for Snowstorm
Snowstorm donned the stage of 'The Masked Singer' Season 8 with its glittery and snowy costume. With bright blue eyes and snowflakes attached to the dress, Snowstorm's costume had glam to it just like the celebrity singer's personality. In the Thanksgiving night episode, Snowstorm sang the song 'Thinking of You' by Katy Perry. Her clue package claimed that ever since this masked singer was "a little girl" she "dreamed of being a pop star." However, her heart broke when one day her mom got a call from her voice teacher saying, "I’m sorry, but your daughter doesn’t have it." Then was the time when the celebrity singer underneath this mask's "dream died." Snowstorm gave her Thanksgiving speech saying, "That’s why I’m very thankful I’m still here on this show. I’m really grateful for the opportunity to express myself in a way I never thought I would be able to artistically." She further addressed her voice teacher and said, "proving you wrong someday has kept me going all these years." She then slammed her voice teacher, "this one’s for you, dream killer!" and continued singing the song.
Snowstorm's clue package also had a cinema ticket in it, hinting that the singer underneath Snowstorm's mask is also an actress. We also saw a snow glove and a sign on the stage saying, "Live." Furthermore, after donning the stage with her beautiful and strong voice, Snowstorm tributed her special thanks to Squiggly Monster aka Bob Saget. Snowstorm said, "Squiggly Monster was a dear friend of mine and is no longer with us. It feels really weird to cry with this voice, but he was the reason that I decided to do this show because his experience was so rewarding." After connecting all the hints, judges came up with their final guesses for this masked singer to be Witney Cummings, Nikki Glaser, and Kristen Wiig.
In the Battle Royale round, all three masked singers performed their own unique spin on Kelly Clarkson's 'Since U Been Gone.' The Battle Royale round declared Harp and Lambs as the winner with Snowstorm being eliminated and unmasked. After the commercial break, Snowstorm was finally unmasked to be comedian Nikki Glaser. Glaser is a comedian, writer, and producer, famously known for 'I Feel Pretty.' Besides being funny, Glaser also knows how to sing. However, her journey on 'The Masked Singer' Season 8 stalled with her semifinal Thanksgiving special singing.
'The Masked Singer' Season 8 two-hour long finale will release on November 30 at 8.pm ET on FOX. Stay tuned to know who will be declared Season's champion.