THE Masked Singer revealed Larry the Cable Guy as the Baby during Wednesday’s episode.
The show’s latest unmasking comes after judge Robin Thicke was accused of sexual misconduct by Emily Ratajkowski.
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During the most recent episode of The Masked Singer, host Nick Cannon, 40, revealed the Baby was eliminated.
Before the contestant was unmasked, the panelists each took one turn guessing who the singer under the mask was.
Robin, 44, guessed he was Chuck Norris, while Nicole Scherzinger, 43, said she thought he was James Corden.
Meanwhile, Ken Jeong, 52, said it was Gordon Ramsay and Jenny McCarthy, 48, guessed it was Bruce Willis under the mask.
It turns out all of the judges were wrong and they were shocked to learn the contestant was Larry.
After the performer was revealed, Nick pointed out the judges have guessed he was a contestant in past seasons as he said: “We’ve said his name so many times and now he’s here in a baby costume.”
Once the contestant was given the chance to speak, Larry told the judges: “Everyone was so pumped up to see Bruce Willis, what a let down.
“Everyone thought it would be this big action hero.
“This was the first time I’ve sang in from of anybody.”
The judges weren’t the only people impressed by the Baby’s true identity, as Nick called him one of the “most recognizable voices of this generation.”
Wednesday’s episode of The Masked Singer aired just days after Emily, 30, accused Robin of sexual misconduct on set of the 2013 music video for Blurred Lines.
The Fox show is pre-recorded, which means the entire season was filmed before Emily’s allegations.
Emily made the claims in her new book, My Body, writing: “Out of nowhere, I felt a stranger’s hands cupping my bare breasts from behind.
“I instinctively moved away, looking back at Robin Thicke. He smiled a goofy grin.
“I didn’t react — not really, not like I should.”
The model said she felt “the heat of humiliation pump through” her body and said she didn’t speak out as she felt “desperate to minimize” the alleged incident.
“My head turned to the darkness beyond the set. (The director, Diane Martel’s) voice cracked as she yelled out to me, ‘Are you okay?’,” she wrote.
“I pushed my chin forward and shrugged, avoiding eye contact, feeling the heat of humiliation pump through my body.”