The Masked Dancer is well under way and viewers are determined to figure out which stars are showing off their best moves on stage.
As are judges Paula Abdul, Ken Jeong, Ashley Tisdale, and Brian Austin Green.
So what do we know so far?
What clues have been given about Miss Moth?
Viewers have been given some interesting clues about who the woman underneath the mask is. These included:
- She didn’t seek out the spotlight
- Moth was out of the public view before she made headlines with the president
- She is a survivor who decided to use the spotlight to ‘shine a light’ on issues
- She ‘took control’ of her fame
- Her first Word Up feature was ‘Inspired’
Her visual package showed a knife and fork, the White House, an ordinary ladder, a black cloth, the Capitol building, a tabloid with the headline ‘Moth tells all,’ and a sign that read ‘Box, Sweet Box.’
Who could Miss Moth be?
With those clues it seems like all signs point to Monica. She was famously involved in an infamous presidential scandals with Bill Clinton.
The moth is even seen eating a blue dress in the clue package which feels like a not-so-subtle reference to Monica’s famous blue dress.
Considering the affair led to the impeachment of the then-president, we all know how Monica made many tabloid headlines where she told her side of the story.
She also wrote a tell-all book about the whole scandal. After years away from the spotlight, she’s now become a vocal critic of cyberbullying and has very much reclaimed the spotlight in her own terms.
Another strong guess is Omarosa, a former political aide to President Donald Trump.
She made a whole heap of headlines after she quit her job and told-all about her time working in the White House.
After releasing her tell-all book, she’s now a writer and commentator about all things Trump and politics.
So far the judges have also guessed it could be journalist Megyn Kelly or Trump’s ex Marla Maples.
The Masked Dancer airs Wednesdays on Fox.
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