‘The Masked Singer’ Season 1 episode 4 spoilers: The Bee uses her Buddah to get Zen

The Bee

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

It was difficult to guess the first two celebrity singers who were unmasked. NFL player Antonio Brown and comedian Tommy Chong and were unmasked as the Hippo on episode 1 “Mask on Face Off” on January 2, 2019 and the Pineapple on episode 2 “New Masks on the Block” on January 9, 2019.

NFL player and commentator Terry Bradshaw was unmasked as the Deer on episode 3 “Five Masks No More” on January 16, 2019. He was one of the guesses of the judges and the viewers.

“Uses her Buddah to get Zen,” reads the caption of the photo of the Bee for “Another Mask Bites the Dust. There is also a video showing the Bee with tennis balls once again like in “New Masks on the Block,” in which she is seen with guys behind her moving in a synchronized fashion.

“In my long career, I’ve flown to soaring heights and never wanted to stop doing what I love,” the Bee said in “New Masks on the Block.” “Being a worker bee keeps me young. You can call me Queen Bee but Empress also suits me.”

“Coming on to this show I’m looking forward to singing to a new generation,” the Bee continued. “I want to see for myself that I still have what it takes to create a buzz even behind a mask.”

In an exclusive clip from “Another Mask Bites the Dust” obtained by The Wrap, host Nick Cannon asks the Bee, “Bee, sting us with something.” The Bee responds, “Take me to court.”

“Maybe she was a member of a band, extricated from that band and then they’re suing the band over the rights to use that name on the road,” panelist Ken Jeong reacted. It made him think the Bee could be Diana Ross.

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