“The Masked Singer” proved again Wednesday that being a legend in one’s field can be hazardous.
The costumed celebrity competition booted off another giant in entertainment ― perhaps the biggest one of all so far.
Her clues package included prayer hands in a picture frame.
Her performance of “This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)” was a dead giveaway, really.
The Mouse could have been cheesed that she got eliminated, but she didn’t squeak about it during the unmasking.
Turns out, it was R&B goddess Dionne Warwick, a multiple Grammy winner with two Billboard No. 1 hits and 12 in the Top 10, including “Say A Little Prayer For You.” (Remember those prayer hands in the clues package?)
“I had the best time,” the 79-year-old icon said after the unmasking was over. “It was a ball.”
Maybe if her Psychic Friends were still around, they could have predicted the outcome.
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