Country Music Star Revealed As The Masked Singer Dragon.

Country Music Star Revealed As The Masked Singer Dragon.

Despite a string of fiery performances, it was time for country music star, Adam Brand, to reveal himself as the man beneath the Dragon on the latest episode of The Masked Singer Australia.

Adam first impressed the guessing panel tonight in the group performance of Ava Max’s So Am I, where after two weeks of doubt, they concluded they had a professional singer on their hands.

Later for his solo, Adam was back in full force to perform his rendition of Walk The Moon’s Shut Up And Dance​which had the panel and the audience roaring for more.

Before Adam revealed his identity, the guessing panel of Jackie O, Lindsay Lohan, Dave Hughes and Dannii Minogue all had their final shots at who was the man under the mask.

All four judges went for Australian country music stars. Jackie guessing Shannon Noll, Lindsay stuck with Keith Urban, Dave guessed Lee Kernigan but only Dannii was on the money when she guessed Adam correctly.

On why he joined the cast of The Masked Singer Australia, Adam said: “If there was one main reason why I did this show, it’s a few years down the track one day my little girl is going to be proud her daddy was the singing Dragon.”

Though Adam might be catching the next Rex flight out of the big smoke, The Masked Singer Australia journey continues for the three other performers from tonight’s show.

Spider continued to confound the guessing panel with her clues, but there was no confusion about her performance. Tackling The Cranberries 1990s rock hit, Zombie, Spider had everyone tangled in her web.

For the second week in a row, Monster brought all of the feels with her version of Christina Aguilera’s Beautiful. Her latest batch of clues led the panel to believe country legend Shania Twain is hiding beneath those claws…does that impress you much?

Bringing the house down with the final number of the night was the ethereal Unicorn who belted out Beyonce’s Crazy In Love. Her clues have us thinking she’s a success straight from the U.S., but have we been bamboozled by this magical mare?