Style People Think The'Masked Singer' Bulldog Is Michael B. Jordan and Why Does It Make Sense

04:25  08 april  2021
04:25  08 april  2021 Source:   cosmopolitan.com

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If you've been dedicating your Wednesday evenings to something other than season 5 of The Masked Singer, then you've been missing out on a whole lot of weird. (Also, I don't mean to judge, but what TF else is there to do right now?) So far this season, FOX execs have stretched the definition of "celebrity" to its absolute limits while keeping Nick Cannon locked away somewhere, and fans have been introduced to even more furry freaks than in seasons past, thanks to the new wildcard round.

We've already met the Orca and the Crab, who have gone up against the remaining OG competitors—Piglet, Seashell, Robopine, Black Swan, Russian Dolls, and Chameleon—for the title of Masked Singer champion. Tonight we were introduced to the bedazzled Bulldog, who has a penchant for wearing gold lamé and is really freakin' tall. Who's the mutt behind the mask? Fans have just as many theories as Niecy Nash had dog puns, which is truly saying something.

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The Clues

Here are the highlights from the clue package that could paw-sibly point to the D-list celeb in the doggie costume. (Sry, couldn't help myself.)

  • The vid starts off with a clapboard that reads"Take 80."
  • The Bulldog said he"made moves on green fields" with"panthers and pit bulls" while catching a football, and he referred to himself as a"human torch" before we see a dog bowl printed with"Super." (V subtle!!!)
  • He called himself the"Sexiest Dog Alive" (Michael B. Jordan, that you? Robin Thicke apparently thinks so).
  • Graffiti on the wall includes a convertible with the license plate"GT80" and a torch.
  • There's also a dog collar wrapped around a traffic cone that reads"B99."

The Performance

For his big debut, the Bulldog went with"Candy Girl" by New Edition, and while the vocals weren't exactly wow-worthy, Fido def had moves.

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The Theories

Andy Samberg

Andy Samberg wearing a suit and tie: gettyimages-489392854 © Alberto E. Rodriguez - Getty Images gettyimages-489392854

It's possible that"B99" dog collar could be a nod to Brooklyn 99 star Andy Samberg. The Bulldog also used the Saturday Night Live catchphrase as a clue, and Andy is an SNL alum. But personally, this theory gets a no for me, dawg.

Chris Rock

Chris Rock wearing a suit and tie looking at the camera: gettyimages-459902694 © Rob Kim - Getty Images gettyimages-459902694

Another SNL alum who could possibly be behind the sparkly snout: Chris Rock. Chris starred in the football comedy The Longest Yard, which could explain all the football clues, as well as the'90s flick Dogma, which could account for the dog costume (because, ya know, dog? Dogma?). Yeah, I'm not convinced, either.

Eddie Murphy

Eddie Murphy wearing a suit and tie: gettyimages-1186009286 © Mark Sagliocco - Getty Images gettyimages-1186009286

The metallic mutt could alsoooo be SNL alum Eddie Murphy, who—you might have forgotten—can actually sing. (Remember all the bangers Donkey performed in Shrek and its sequels?) But pls don't ask me how all those football clues fit in, because I don't have an answer.

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Michael B. Jordan

Michael B. Jordan looking at the camera: gettyimages-957598612 © Pascal Le Segretain - Getty Images gettyimages-957598612

Kay, so full disclosure, I LOLed when Robin guessed MBJ, but I'll admit he could be on to something. On top of being crowned 2020's Sexiest Man Alive by People (well well welllllll deserved, IMO), he also played the Human Torch in 2015's Fantastic Four. And let's not forget that he starred in Black Panther (the Bulldog said he took on panthers) and he appeared in an Amazon"Alexa" commercial during the 2021 Super Bowl. Plus, MBJ kicked off his career on Friday Night Lights (well, after The Wire, that is). I know what you're thinking: Why would the sexiest man alive ever agree to bop around on TV dressed like an oversized French bulldog who moonlights as a mob boss? Your guess is as good as mine!

So in conclusion, the most convincing guess is also the least likely. Bye!!

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