‘The Masked Singer’ early predictions: The Bee is Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova or Brad Meltzer

The Bee is one of the six mystery celebrity contestants who will perform in “The Masked Singer” Season 1 episode 2 titled “New Masks on the Block.” The second episode of the reality singing competition series based on the South Korean show titled “King of Mask Singer” will air on January 9, 2019 on Fox.

“Can you handle the stinger?” The Bee asked. She said she started off singing at birthday parties and now, she is quite the busy bee when she is not on stage.

The Bee claims that she is “quite the honey.” She said, “Let’s get ready to bumble!”

One major clue to the identity of The Bee is tennis. Fans speculate that she is a singing tennis player.

“Make sure to work hard and stay bumble,” The Bee advised her fans. This is reminiscent of a quote from an inspirational TEDYouth 2011 talk by a male best-selling author, which makes fans think the person behind the mask may actually be not female.

“Do you think I’m a singer, athlete or actor?” The Bee asked. Here are the three early predictions from netizens:


Serena Williams was born in Saginaw, Michigan, United States on September 26, 1981 to Richard Williams and Oracene Price. Serena appeared in the respective music videos of Common’s “I Want You” and Beyonce’s “Sorry.”


Maria Sharapova was born in Nyagan, Russia on April 19, 1987 to Yuri Sharapova and Yelena Sharapova. In December 2018, Maria sang along to Spice Girls’s “Wannabe” with  Shanina Shaik, Suki Waterhouse, Magdalena Frackowiak, Alexina Graham, Beth Ditto and Olivia Palermo in a video released by Vogue.

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Brad Meltzer was born in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA on April 1, 1970. From 1997 to 2018, he wrote 12 novels, the most recent of which is “The Escape Artist.”


Aside from The Bee, the other mystery celebrity contestants performing in “New Masks on the Block” are “the Pineapple, the Alien, the Rabbit, the Poodle and the Raven. Here are some clues to their respective identities:

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