AceShowbiz - "The Masked Singer" season 3 returned with a new episode on Wednesday, February 5. After big revelation that the Robot, who was eliminated in the premiere episode, was rapper Lil Wayne, one other contestants would be unmasked at the end of the episode.
The first singer to hit the stage was Llama, who sang "It's Not Unusual" by Tom Jones. Following him up was Miss Monster. She offered a stunning performance of Bobbie Gentry's "Fancy".
Later, White Tiger showcased his skills by belting out "Good Vibrations" by Marky Mark and The Funky Bunch. As for Kangaroo, she opted for "You Know I'm No Good" by Amy Winehouse.
Concluding the night was Turtle, who performed "Say You Won't Let Go" by James Arthur.
After the audience and panelists, Nicole Scherzinger, Robin Thicke, Ken Jeong and Jenny McCarthy, voted for their favorites of the night, it was announced that Llama had to be sent home. Then, Llama was revealed to be comedian Drew Carey, who's known for hosting "The Price Is Right" and "Whose Line Is it Anyway?".
Carey told Entertainment Weekly that he wasn't upset for being eliminated. "It's like if you were doing karaoke at an office party and they gave you a little joke trophy that you could put in your cubicle," he admitted. "That's how I treated it. There's no way you can take this show seriously as a singing talent show."
"I thought it was going to be a quick ride," Carey told Variety. "After I got past the first round, everything else was gravy… I like to carry a tune. I knew I wasn't going to win that contest. There's no way to watch that show and take it seriously, really. When you have Wayne Brady and Seal and whomever else on there, I'm not going to win against those people on a singing show!"
"But as far as having a goof and having fun, I can do that," he added. "And I'm pretty self-aware. I watched the show, and I know why they have somebody like me on the show. They always have a beloved old guy. I knew how long I'd last!"