The Masked Singer US spoilers follow.
And that's all down to the surprising reveal of Phoenix's celebrity identity, who was eliminated from the competition after failing to impress against Black Swan, Chameleon, Grandpa Monster, and the Piglet.
After a 'spirited' performance of Kesha's 'Tik Tok', Phoenix was sadly asked to leave the show – but not before taking off their mask.
The star behind the costume? None other than reality TV legend and Olympian Caitlyn Jenner.
Even more surprising than Caitlyn's appearance, however, was the fact that Ken Jeong's first impression guess was actually spot on. Too bad he changed it, eh?
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly about her time as Phoenix, Caitlyn revealed that she had been asked to take part in the show before but initially turned it down.
"I was asked to do it much earlier, and I said no. One, it's kind of not my thing, and I was real busy at the time and I didn't think I had the time. I don't need to do it. I said no," she explained.
"And then, during this horrible pandemic that we've all been through, and dealing with this, they call. Now all of a sudden I had nothing but time."
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star added that she wanted to live up to the advice she gives her children – including Kendall and Kylie Jenner, who knew about Caitlyn's Masked Singer stint.
"I've always said to my kids, 'Don't be afraid to take risks in life.' That's how you grow as a person – trying new things, trying things that you're uncomfortable with – because then that'll become your new norm," Caitlyn added.
"And so I thought, well, maybe I should practise what I'm preaching here and try something totally out of my element with something like this.
"So, I said yes. Then I panicked a little bit, 'Oh my God, I've got to sing and dance!' Yeah, it was a big time commitment. It was a lot of work."
Lot of fun though, too. Right?
The Masked Singer US airs on Fox, while its UK equivalent airs on ITV.
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