Australian Cricketer was Hiding Out Under Hammerhead on The Masked Singer
He may have been celebrated for his left-arm spin on the cricket pitch, however Australian cricketer Michael Bevan proved no match for the bevy of stellar vocals on display tonight on The Masked Singer Australia.
Belting out Australian pub-rock classic Working Class Man by Jimmy Barnes, Bevan did his best to channel his inner rock star, but instead he was left drowning in the wake of Kitten’s energetic take on Dua Lipa’s Don’t Start Now.
Before Hammerhead revealed his identity, Dannii Minogue guessed Murray Cook from The Wiggles, Dave Hughes had all eyes on that tool belt and suspected Nick Cummins was hiding out, Jackie O thought all signs pointed to Shannon Noll, while Urzila Carlson had Hammerhead penned as Keith Urban.
The night’s first Face Off saw our super sweet Sloth take on our mystical Wizard. The magical mask left our judging panel bamboozled by their obscure clues and powerhouse performance of Katy Perry’s Fireworks, but it was no match for Sloth, who is now Dannii Minogue’s favourite after their interpretation of Lizzo’s Good As Hell left her ‘freakin’ and peaking!’
Cactus brought the prickly sass to their rendition of No Doubt’s Just A Girl, but it wasn’t enough to steal the votes from Bushranger, who came out all guns blazing with a fiery execution of Lunchmoney Lewis’ Bills.
The Masked Singer Australia is back with a bang on Monday and Tuesday at 7.30pm with the ten remaining masks and another round of cryptic clues to help our crack unit of detectives work out television’s biggest mystery.