The Best ‘Masked Singer’ Performances- First 4 Seasons

Rottweiler (Chris Daughtry) ended the Season Two finals with an outstanding cover of Sia’s “Alive.” (Video property of FOX)

#8-Rottweiler (Chris Daughtry): “Alive” (Season Two)

Rottweiler fought his way throughout The Masked Singer’s sophomore season. Chris Daughtry delivered a fiery cover of Sia’s “Alive” for his shot at the Golden Mask. It was a fantastic performance from the rocker from start to finish. I am so glad that Daughtry released a cover of this song after the show was over.   

Seahorse (Tori Kelly)’s “My Heart Will Go On” remains one of the best performances in show history. (Video property of FOX)

#7-Seahorse (Tori Kelly): “My Heart Will Go On” (Season Four)

Many fans believe that the Seahorse (Tori Kelly) was Masked Singer: Season Four’s top frontrunner to win the competition. The Sing voice actress blew everyone away with her impeccable cover of Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On.” Fans were outraged that the two-time Grammy-winning singer-songwriter had unmasked before the finale. 

Flower (Patti LaBelle)’s excellent cover of Lonestar’s “Amazed” remains one of the second season’s standout performances. (Video property of FOX)

#6-Flower (Patti LaBelle): “Amazed” (Season Two) 

Fans immediately gravitated towards music legend Patti LaBelle when the Flower made her debut on The Masked Singer stage. Despite leaving early in the competition, the Flower delivered remarkable performances, including her goose-bump-inducing cover of Lonestar’s “Amazed.” 

Fans really wanted to download Bee (Gladys Knight)’s cover of “Wrecking Ball” after she sang it on The Masked Singer. (Video property of FOX)

#5-Bee (Gladys Knight): “Wrecking Ball” (Season One) 

When the Bee made her debut, fans were confident that the Empress of Soul was behind the mask. Of all of her excellent performances, it was her impeccable cover of Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball” that blew fans away. Going outside the box and singing a contemporary song sent the Bee directly to the show’s first finale. 

Music legend Dionne Warwick delivered a moving cover of Oleta Adams’ “Get Here” while dressed up in a mouse costume. (Video property of FOX)

#4-Mouse (Dionne Warwick): “Get Here” (Season Three) 

The legendary Dionne Warwick, who was the Mouse, did not last long on the show’s third season, but she impacted the season. When she sang Oleta Adams’ “Get Here,” it was pure magic.

The Sun (LeAnn Rimes)’s powerful cover of “When the Party’s Over” gave fans chills. (Video property of FOX)

#3-Sun (LeAnn Rimes): “When the Party’s Over” (Season Four)

The Sun (LeAnn Rimes) secured her win with a robust cover of Billie Eilish’s “When The Party’s Over.” It was very bold of the “Can’t Fight the Moonlight” singer-songwriter to sing the first half of the song A cappella, but the performance set the standard for future performers for seasons to come.

Thingmajig (basketball star Victor Oladipo)’s beautiful cover of Kacey Musgraves’ “Rainbow” moved fans to tears. (Video property of FOX)

#2-Thingmajig (Victor Oladipo): “Rainbow (Kacey Musgraves)” (Season Two)

Thingmajig’s (Victor Oladipo) cover of Kacey Musgraves’ hit song: “Rainbow” gave everyone chills. It was the first time that we saw everyone on the Masked Singer soundstage lose it emotionally. Many fans are still waiting on Victor Oladipo to release the tune on streaming platforms.

Monster (T-Pain) won the show’s first season with a moving performance of Sam Smith’s “Stay with Me.” (Video property of FOX)

#1-Monster (T-Pain): “Stay with Me” (Season One)

The show’s first winner, Monster Mask, was the inaugural season’s breakout star. Hearts broke when the rapper-singer performed Sam Smith’s “Stay with Me.” I genuinely believe that this performance was the first where viewers saw the winner perform right in front of their eyes.

What have been some of your favorite performances from The Masked Singer‘s first four seasons?

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