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‘The Masked Singer’ Season 1 episode 4 spoilers: The Bee sings Bruno Mars’ ‘Locked Out of Heaven’

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

“Uses her Buddah to get Zen,” read the caption of the photo of the Bee for “Another Mask Bites the Dust. There was also a video showing the Bee with tennis balls once again.

For the Bee, it does not matter how many awards one has. It is important to be willing to flip the script, she said.

On “Another Mask Bites the Dust,” the Bee was the last one to perform. She sang “Locked Out of Heaven,” the lead single from Bruno Mars’s second studio album “Unorthodox Jukebox,” which was released in 2012.

Mars co-wrote “Unorthodox Jukebox” with Philip Lawrence and Ari Levine of The Smeezingtons. By performing this modern classic, the Bee hoped it would not be easy for the audience to recognize her voice.

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.

“I recognize the vibrato,” Thicke said while the Bee was singing “Locked Out of Heaven.” He and McCarthy believe that the masked singer could be Gladys Knight.

For Scherzinger, the Bee could be either Dionne Warwick or Patti LaBelle. For Jeong, the masked singer could be one of past members of The Supremes namely Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard, Betty McGlown, Barbara Martin, Cindy Birdsong, Jean Terrell, Lynda Laurence, Scherrie Payne and Susaye Greene.

At the end of “Another Mask Bites the Dust,” the Poodle got the lowest votes. It was revealed that she is Margaret Cho.

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:

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