Rottweiler is one of the 16 mystery celebrities competing in “The Masked Singer” Season 2. The new season of the reality singing competition television series premiered on Fox on September 25, 2019.
Nick Cannon is back to host “The Masked Singer” Season 2. Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke are also back as the judges.
“Being a hungry competitor is actually how I rose to fame,” Rottweiler said with shot of a bouquet of blue roses. “It happened almost overnight.”
According to Rottweiler, he “touched a pigskin under the Friday night lights” and was bit by a rottweiler when he was a kid. He said he wanted to show “doubters it’s not over” and claimed he is loyal and has a “wait and see attitude.”
“I’m here to be best in show,” Rottweiler said. “I’m gonna be working my tail off to earn your puppy love.”
Among the objects used as Rottweiler’s clues are a fantasy champion ring, blue roses and an image of a record player. His bow tie is also blinged out.
“Roses are blue, violets are red,” Rottweiler said. “But do you have a clue who’s behind this doggy head?”
The judges think Rottweiler could be Bruno Mars, Russell Wilson, Brian Littrell, Nick Lachey or JC Chasez. But for me, these are the top three guesses:
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