The panel was blown away and honored that such a powerful and impactful individual took the time to grace the “Masked Dancer” stage with their presence.
As with “The Masked Singer,” we’ve given up trying to figure out the scheduling logic behind “The Masked Dancer.”
Rather than shift back to Group A, which was at one time the plan, we instead stuck with Group B — though that did allow us another chance to enjoy the quality talent of Sloth and Cotton Sweets. Both are just consummate entertainers.
The Masked Dancer Offers Vigorously Moving Performance, Unmasks ’90s Television Icon
The night was rounded out by performances from Zebra and Miss Moth, who bring a very separate, very non-professional but not necessarily less entertaining energy to the stage. And then Zebra brings some more energy.
Seriously, this guy never ever ever ever stops moving. Whoever he ……
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