Utahns get their answer: ‘The Masked Singer’ finale reveals identity of Peacock

"The Masked Singer" judges applaud a reveal on the season 1 finale. Image: YouTube screenshot/"The Masked Singer"

LOS ANGELES, Calif., Feb. 27, 2019 (Gephardt Daily) — On the finale night, the remaining stars in “The Masked Singer” were finally unmasked. And Utahns who have suspected they knew the identity of the Peacock got their answer.

Spoilers ahead. You know the drill.

The identities of the reality show’s final three costumed celebrities were confirmed.

First revealed was the singer costumed as a bee, who was Gladys Knight. She’s a performer who is special to Utah due to her performances with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square and her membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Gladys Knight. Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Kingkongphoto & www.celebrity-photos.com

Knight, 74 and also known as “The Empress of Soul,” has won seven Grammys, some of them when she was part of Gladys Knight and the Pips. Among her hit singles are “Midnight Train to Georgia” and “That’s What Friends Are For.”

Revealed next was the the Peacock, who judges guessed was either Weird Al Yankovic, Neil Patrick Harris or Utah’s own Donny Osmond.

But Utahn’s couldn’t miss the many clues the peacock shared, including that he had performed since a young age, performed magic, danced, and grew up in a large family.

Donny Osmond. Photo: Twitter

In the finale, he referenced living in a state symbolized by a beehive, and video showed him in a room with a framed silhouette of the Angel Moroni, a symbol of the LDS faith and the statue that tops LDS temples.

Unmasked, 61-year-old Osmond revealed he had been flying in for each performance from Las Vegas, where is has a concert gig with sister Marie Osmond.

T-Pain. Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Nan Palmero

The last unmasked, the winner of “The Masked Singer,” was revealed to be T-Pain, 33, whose off-stage name is Faheem Rasheed Najm.

The rapper/singer/songwriter founded the Nappy Boy Entertainment record label. T-Pain’s fifth album, “Oblivion,” was November in November of 2017.

Watch Osmond’s reveal below.

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