‘The Masked Singer’ early predictions: The Rabbit is Janoris Jenkins, Cole Sprouse or Jake Gyllenhaal?

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

The costume of The Rabbit is predominantly white. Wearing lacrosse gloves, he could be an athlete with some vocal talent.

“I didn’t come from any hat,” The Rabbit stated. “The talent is all natural.”

Hopping his way to greatness, The Rabbit said the lights always shine brighter on him. He also said, “All tell ya this much, sometimes my services are available for rent.”

Aside from the lacrosse gloves, one of the clues to the identity of The Rabbit is a camera or simply photography. This led to the early predictions of the fans who think the singer behind the mask could be any of the three:


Janoris Jenkins was born in Pahokee, Florida, United States on October  29, 1988. He is an NFL star who has been playing as a cornerback for the New York Giants since 2016.


Cole Sprouse was born in Arezzo, Tuscany, Italy on August 4, 1992. Aside from playing Jughead Jones in “Riverdale,” he is also into photography.

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Jake Gyllenhaal was born in Los Angeles, California on December 19, 1980. His “Donnie Darko” character wears a rabbit costume and his “Nightcrawler” character is a photographer.


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

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