Yep, There's a New St. Patrick's Day-Themed 'Masked Singer' on Tonight

The Masked Singer is gracing us with its sinister-yet-intoxicating presence tonight—but plz be advised that the Seashell and its Group A associates will not be serenading us with their dulcet tones. Instead, fans will meet Group B, a small yet powerful fleet of possessed puppets with humans trapped inside of them—one of whom is gonna be unmasked at the end of tonight’s episode. Here’s when and where to tune in, and what you can expect—because….yes…there’s a theme! (Note: this info also comes in handy if you’re trying to avoid The Masked Singer at all costs.)

The Masked Singer Airs Tonight at 8:00 PM ET on Fox

If there’s one thing that we can rely on in this cruel, uncertain world, it’s that The Masked Singer airs every Wednesday night at the same time. It’s just a fact! Tonight’s episode airs at 8/7c on Fox and, yep, next week’s episode “Group A Wildcard Round—Enter The Wildcards!” also airs at 8/7c on Fox. Next!

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Meet the Poor, Lost Souls Know as Group B

Group B consists of a pretty alarming cast of characters, including the Chameleon, the Black Swan, the Grandpa Monster, the Piglet, and the Phoenix. I’m already convinced that Grandpa Monster is Johnny Knoxville, but the rest of these costumes are a total mystery that’ll haunt my nightmares for weeks to come.

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Psst: here’s a preview of Group B’s performances in case you simply cannot wait!

Tonight’s Episode Is Themed

In the event that you hadn’t noticed the plethora of green on your Insta grid, it’s St. Patrick’s Day today! And The Masked Singer simply couldn’t pass up the opportunity to do a themed holiday episode. Like, tonight’s episode is quite literally called “Shamrock and Roll” and yes, ☘️ glasses are abundant. What a great moment for leprechauns!

Here’s Whose Been Unmasked!

Thus far, just the Snail has been unmasked—revealing himself to be the long-suffering puppet icon known as Kermit the Frog. Unclear why Jim Henson’s estate forced Kermit to live inside a slug carcass for several days, but he remains in my prayers:

In case you realllllly want to stroll down memory lane, here’s a list of all the celebrities who have participated in this cursed show since its inception.

FYI, Nick Cannon Won’t Be Back Tonight

Nick Cannon isn’t hosting tonight’s episode, as it was filmed when he was still in quarantine after testing positive for coronavirus. But fret not! Nick is coming back to the show in the second half of the season (exact date TBD), and until then he’s being replaced by the lovely and talented Niecy Nash. She actually gave Nick a shoutout during The Masked Singer Season 5 premiere, saying “Nick Cannon, I’m sending you all the good vibes! Hopefully we’ll see you later this season.”

Also, if you’re really missing Nick go ahead and check out his Twitter! He live-tweeted The Masked Singer’s premiere, and chances are he’ll be back at it tonight:

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