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‘The Masked Singer’ Season 1 episode 4 recap: The Poodle sings Cyndi Lauper’s ‘Time After Time’

The Poodle was one of the mystery celebrity contestants who performed on “The Masked Singer” Season 1 episode 4 titled “Another Mask Bites the Dust,” which airs on Fox on January 23, 2019. She competed against the Alien, the Bee, the Raven and the Rabbit.

“Bring the Lolz,” read the caption of the Poodle’s photo for “Another Mask Bites the Dust.” There was also a video of her with a picture of a pair of dumbbell hand weights.

On “Another Mask Bites the Dust,” the Poodle started her performance of “Time After Time” by Cyndi Lauper while on a swing hung from the ceiling. Released on January 27, 1984, the song is Lauper’s first number one hit in the United States.

Joel McHale was back as a guest panelist on “Another Mask Bites the Dust.” He joined resident judges Ken Jeong, Robin Thicke, Nicole Scherzinger and Jenny McCarthy in the panel.

McCarthy first guessed the Poodle could be Jillian Michaels. When the Poodle said she had been fired multiple times, McCarthy said she could be Kathy Griffin while McHale jokingly said she could be Omarosa Manigault Newman.

According to the Poodle, she turns to her best friends whenever she wants to practice her new material. Clues establish her as either a comedian or a judge.

At the end of “Another Mask Bites the Dust,” it was the Poodle who got the lowest votes. The singer behind the mask is comedian Margaret Cho, who is known as a supporter of the LGBT community.

As a comedian, Cho has released nine albums. She also released two music albums titled “Cho Dependent” and “American Myth.”

The other remaining mystery celebrity singers of “The Masked Singer” Season 1 are the Lion, the Peacock, the Unicorn and the Monster. Meanwhile, watch the Bee sing “Locked Out of Heaven” here:

Watch the Poodle’s performance of “Time After Time” here:

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