This Tuesday, September 13, Camille Combal presented a new number of Mask Singer. And during the show, a celebrity had to unmask himself, arousing the surprise of the investigators.
Season 4 of Mask Singer at his best. Since August 23, TF1 has been broadcasting a new season of its flagship program and viewers are waiting for you. Indeed, more than 3 million curious people are present every week in front of their small screen to follow the adventures of masked celebrities. Many personalities had to unmask themselves, as was the case with Marianne James, Frederic Diefenthal, Yoann Riou or Marion Bartoli. Very active on social networks, Internet users take themselves for real investigators and try to find the personalities who hide under the costume of the pharaoh, the baby, the knight or the bride. And it must be said that they are particularly assiduous since messages by the thousands flock to social networks.
Internet users are passionate about social networks
Internet users are helped each week by our quartet of investigators, made up of Kev Adams, Vitaa, Jeff Panacloc and Chantal Ladesou. Thanks to the many clues unveiled, viewers were able to discover the unmasking of Laetitia Milotwho was hiding under the costume of the Mouse. An international star also lent himself to the game last week, under the imposing costume of the cobra. And after several investigators, our investigators found out that it was David Hasselhofthe star of K2000 (which was cited as a clue) andBaywatch (which seems to explain why the bodyguards carried a buoy in a castle…).
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A new celebrity had to leave the show
This Tuesday, September 13, during a new issue of Mask Singer, two celebrities had to leave the show. Christelle Chollet, the Dalmatian, was the first to leave the show. On waivers against the white bear, the thirteenth character of the season, the pharaoh was eliminated. Investigators were sure it was Francis Huster. And it is indeed the French actor who played the game. Here are the clues that allowed him to be unmasked. “What has thrilled me since day one is sport! I remember France/Brazil when I was a kid. I remember France’s first goals. I even wrote a book on the subject When I like a subject, I write it“, he began. “Football taught me to never give up. If sport is ancient history, I still enjoy being a spectator“, he added.