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‘The Masked Singer’ guesses: The Lion is Rumer Willis, Kate Hudson or Sofia Richie?

One of the mystery celebrity contestants in “The Masked Singer” is The Lion. She sang “A Little Party Never Killed Nobody” by Fergie featuring Q-Tip and Goonrock when the new singing competition show premiered on Fox on January 2, 2019.

“I am The Lion and I am here to roar,” The Lion said. “This is my chance for people to see me perform without any preconceived notions of who I am. Some might say I’m Hollywood royalty but now I am standing on my own and I am stepping away from my pride to sing my heart out.”

“I don’t see a lion as just brave and courageous,” The Lion added. “True strength comes from embracing all your vulnerabilities. So here I am behind this mask and I am going to show my true self for the very first time.”

The Lion is 5’6″ tall. Here are three of the celebrities fans think is behind that mask:

 

Rumer Willis was born in Paducah, Kentucky, United States on August 16, 1988 to actors Bruce Willis and Demi Moore. In 2015, Rumer won “Dancing with the Stars” Season 20.

From 2017 to 2018, Rumer played Tory Ash in “Empire.” The character, a singer-songwriter who worked with Jamal Lyon (Jussie Smollett), died in the finale of Season 4.

 

Kate Hudson was born in Los Angeles, California, USA on April 19, 1979 to Bill Hudson and Goldie Hawn. She has been acting professionally since 1996.

On the small screen, Hudson appeared in an episode of “Running Wild with Bear Grylls” in 2015. On the big screen, she played Eleanor Strubing in “Marshall” in 2017.

 

Sofia Richie was born in Los Angeles, California, USA on August 24, 1998. She is the younger daughter of Lionel Richie and Diane Alexander and the adoptive sister of Nicole Richie.

When Sofia was 15, she signed her first fashion contract. She has worked with Adidas, Dolce & Gabbana, Michael Kors and Tommy Hilfiger.

 

Watch The Lion singing “A Little Party Never Killed Nobody” in “The Masked Singer” Season 1 episode 1 here:

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