The Masked Singer is a competition, but sometimes singing isn't the only important part. As The Leopard has shown week in and week out, a contestant can get a long way on personality alone, and one of the show's contestants recently revealed she was privy to that secret as well. Now that she's out, comedian / actress Sherri Shepherd revealed giving it all she had was a large part behind her aggressive performance against The Eagle.
Granted, Sherri Shepherd may not have meant to go as hard as she actually did, as she said low visibility was definitely a factor when she was up for elimination. As Shepherd explained below, she really couldn't see much of anything for the entire showdown.
Sherri Shepherd's aggressive tactics paid off, and she managed to defeat The Eagle, who was then unmasked and revealed to be Dr. Drew Pinsky. Pinsky was the one who described Shepherd's Penguin as "aggressive," which may be because he nearly caught a foot to the chest.
The Penguin won the night, though she ultimately lost the war. Sherri Shepherd wasn't able to escape elimination again, perhaps because there wasn't another showdown round to save her at this stage in The Masked Singer. She didn't even get the chance to completely surprise the judges as the panel has gotten much better at sniffing out celebrities ahead of their unmaskings.
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