The Masked Dancer spoilers follow.
The Masked Singer spin-off's final aired yesterday (February 17) in the US, with the competition finally revealing the identities of Cotton Candy, Sloth, and Tulip – with Cotton Candy eventually declared the champion.
In third place was Tulip, who was unmasked as Dance Moms star Mackenzie Ziegler, after her performance to Ava Max's 'Kings & Queens'.
Runner-up was Sloth – another professional dancer – who was unmasked as Dancing with the Stars pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy. Chmerkovskiy performed to The Struts' cover of 'Ballroom Blitz'.
Of course, there can only be one winner, and that was none other than Cotton Candy. Proving that gymnasts can dance just as well as, um, dancers, Olympian Gabby Douglas was revealed as the celebrity identity of Cotton Candy.
After performing to Kesha's version of 'This Is Me', judge Paula Abdul correctly guessed that Gabby was the one behind the mask, cementing Paula as The Masked Dancer's other winner, after racking up four correct guesses across the season.
Speaking to Variety about her experience on the show, Gabby explained the differences between dancing and gymnastics, admitting that her dancing skills were at "5%" before she made her Cotton Candy debut.
"I'm so used to doing kind of static poses and not really being in character, moving, doing different genres, or style of dancing," Douglas said. "So, it was very, very different."
"I didn't want to make it very gymnast-y at all," she added. "So I was practising with choreographers saying like, 'OK, how do I be a ballerina or how do I be a hip-hop dancer?' to throw the judges off."
The Masked Dancer airs on FOX in the US. Meanwhile, The Masked Singer UK airs on ITV.
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