'The Masked Singer' Season 8 Hall of Fame Night: Venus Flytrap is Olympic gold medalist George Foreman, here are the clues

Venus Flytrap was eliminated and unmasked as George Foreman, while Bride and Gopher went ahead for the Battle Royale round

'The Masked Singer' Season 8 Hall of Fame Night: Venus Flytrap is Olympic gold medalist George Foreman, here are the clues
Boxing icon George Foreman was revealed to be underneath the Venus Flytrap mask on 'The Masked Singer' Season 8 Hall of Fame Night (FOX)
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'The Masked Singer' Season 8 Episode 7 is titled Hall of Fame Night. The three new masked singers introduced in the episode are Bride, Gopher, and Venus Flytrap. The show also paid tribute to the actor, comedian, and gay icon Leslie Jordan ahead of his last performance on the show before his death. 

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Venus Flytrap, dressed as a green-colored plant, was one of the tallest masked contestants on the show. The masked singer entered the stage, bringing two clues. It was unveiled that Venus Flytrap liked "trap music." Another clue revealed was that this masked singer "loves his name." The Venus Flytrap mask has a fly attached to the head. The singer graced the stage with his melodious voice and sang 'Get Ready' by The Temptations. Before the Hall of Fame Night episode was released, FOX slipped the first clue of this masked singer to be "fly." However, Venus Flytrap's fate stalled in the middle of the episode. The masked singer got eliminated and was revealed to be former professional boxer and Olympic gold medalist George Foreman. Keep reading to know all the clues.

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Clues about Venus Flytrap

Venus Flytrap's clue package revealed that every household had a piece of the masked singer in their home. Another clue dropped in the introduction clip of this mask was "horseshoe," hinting at the singer's towards animals, particularly horses. Furthermore, after his performance, a goat came bringing more clues about this GOAT masked singer. The clue brought was a medal saying "100 Million." 

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Venus Flytrap also said that he had taken many punches, hinting toward his boxing career. He further explained that he was successful in his 20s and then got another break after a decade in his 40s. 'The Masked Singer' Season 8 panelist Robin Thicke decoded the clue and remembered how almost every household has George Foreman grills. 

The "100 Million" clue was linked to Foreman selling 100 million grills, making it a very household thing. Foreman was an Olympic gold medalist in the boxing/heavyweight division in the 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games. Foreman became famous in the boxing world in his 20s. But soon after that, he slowly started losing his popularity.

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In 1987, Foreman made a shocking comeback as he needed money. He fought a total of 81 fights and won all except five of them. Foreman, 73, is a former professional boxer, minister, author, and entrepreneur.

With Venus Flytrap being unmasked, Bride and Gopher moved ahead in the show for the Battle Royal round. However, as Gopher stalled, Bride was declared to be the King of the Hall of Fame Night episode.

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Stay tuned to FOX to watch more masked singers' performances. The Masked Singer' Season 8 releases every Wednesday at 8 pm ET/PT.

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