The Masked Singer US spoilers follow.
The Masked Singer US booted out two of its celebrity contestants last night (April 21) with a double unmasking.
First up, it was Crab, who had performed Phil Collins' 'In the Air Tonight' earlier on in the evening.
Panellists and professional guessers Ken Jeong and Jenny McCarthy voiced that they believed the mysterious crooner to be Bobby Brown, while Robin Thicke said he thought it was Ray Parker Jr, Nicole Scherzinger reckoned it was Keith Sweat and guest star Rita Wilson took a punt with Martin Lawrence.
It was Jeong and McCarthy who turned out to be correct though, as Crab took off the head of his costume and revealed himself to be 'Every Little Step' hitmaker Bobby Brown.
"We watch The Masked Singer religiously every Wednesday," Brown said of his family after the show. "We've been watching it since day one.
"So, knowing that we were big fans and knowing how my kids reacted to watching this show... I just thought it would be a good idea to try and trick them, see if they could get me. Most of the time they always say, 'That's Daddy!'
"[It's great] to actually be on the show now, and get a chance to say, 'That's Daddy' – and it really be me!"
Later, Seashell tried to impress the panel with their rendition of 'I Think We're Alone Now' by Tiffany. Ultimately though, they were sent packing... but not before Thicke and co shared who they thought it could be.
The 'Blurred Lines' singer guessed Haylie Duff, while Jeong said Sarah Silverman, McCarthy said Vanessa Hudgens and Wilson went with Scout Willis. Only Scherzinger got it right though, as she said it was '90s sitcom star Tamera Mowry.
"It's been a dream of mine to tap back into singing," she said following her unmasking. "I started my career in the entertainment business in a group called Voices. I was 14 years old.
"At the same time, I was doing a pilot called Sister, Sister. So, the moment Sister, Sister got picked up, I couldn't do both, and I took the path of acting. I'm so happy I did, but at the same time I always wondered what it would have been like to perform and sing again."
The Masked Singer US airs on Fox, while its UK equivalent airs on ITV.
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