Iconic '90s girl group and a Grammy-winning reggae star are unmasked on 'Masked Singer'

It was another double elimination night on The Masked Singer Wednesday, which meant two celebrity unmaskings. Both reveals were super fun and nostalgic, starting with Space Bunny, who was Grammy award-winning reggae star Shaggy.

Viewers were surprised by the reveal of Reggae musician Shaggy, who is best known for his hit song "It Wasn't Me," since he spent the whole season really disguising his voice.

"When I was doing it at first I was like, I can't use my original singing voice," shared Shaggy, who realized his cover was close to being blown when panelist Robin Thicke said earlier in the season that Space Bunny could be Shaggy, "but I'm not hearing that distinctive Shaggy sound."

From a surprising reveal to an upsetting reveal, viewers weren't too happy about the elimination of Team Bad's trio Queen Cobra, who was revealed to be iconic '90s girl group and seven-time Grammy award-nominees En Vogue. However, while fans were upset that En Vogue did not make it to the finals, the ladies were just grateful for their time on the show.

"Well, it's very different for us and we loved coming on here because it took us out of our comfort zone, honestly. It was a challenge singing in the costumes, but it's also like singing in fantasy land, you know? It's such a great show, and it was such a great experience for us. We're grateful," said the group.

Video transcript

[MUSIC PLAYING]

[MUSIC - SILK SONIC, "LEAVE THE DOOR OPEN"]

- (SINGING) Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah.

- (SINGING) I'm gonna leave my door open.

- (SINGING) Yeah!

- (SINGING) I'm gonna leave the door open, baby.

KYLIE MAR: It was another double elimination on "The Masked Singer" Wednesday, which meant two celebrity unmasking. And both reveals were super fun and nostalgic, starting with Space Bunny.

- You, you, you!

- Grammy award-winning superstar Shaggy!

KYLIE MAR: Viewers were surprised by the reveal of reggae musician Shaggy, who is probably best known for his song "It Wasn't Me," since he spent the whole season really disguising his voice.

SHAGGY: I was doing it at first. And I said, I was like, I can't use my original singing voice. Because if I was like, [INAUDIBLE SINGING].

[CHEERING]

And then Robin, he was like, you know, I think it's Shaggy, but I'm not hearing that distinctive Shaggy song.

KYLIE MAR: And from a surprising reveal to an upsetting reveal, viewers weren't too happy about the elimination of Team Bad's trio, Queen Cobra.

- Oh my gosh. Who is it?

- Oh no. Oh no.

[MUSIC PLAYING]

You!

- One of the most famous girl groups of all time, En Vogue!

[CHEERING]

KYLIE MAR: "Masked Singer" fans couldn't believe seven-time Grammy award-nominated girl group En Vogue didn't make it to the finals. Fortunately, the ladies were just grateful for the time they did have on the show.

- We loved coming on here because it took us out of our comfort zone, honestly. It was a challenge singing in the costumes. But it's also like singing in fantasyland.

KYLIE MAR: And because everyone was honored by their presence, the audience truly enjoyed their encore performance.

[MUSIC - EN VOGUE, "I SAY A LITTLE PRAYER"]

- (SINGING) Forever and ever, we never will part. Oh, how I love you. Together forever, that's how it must be. To live without you would only be heartbreak for me.

[CHEERING]

[MUSIC PLAYING]

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