The Masked Dancerreturned Wednesday with a loaded brand-new episode loaded with enjoyable efficiencies as well as extravagant hunches from the program’s panel. Fans likewise reached figure out the secret identification of yet an additional costumed superstar.

Wednesday saw the Super Six take the phase, as the half-dozen continuing to be participants place their elegant maneuvering to the examination in an initiative to remain in the video game.

Cotton Candy, Exotic Bird, Hammerhead, Sloth, Tulip, as well as Zebra provided it their all to thrill the panel of star sleuths — consisting of Ken Jeong, Ashley Tisdale, Paula Abdul as well as Brian Austin Green, in addition to visitor panelist Whitney Cummings.

Cotton Candy started the program with a wild, care free regular collection to “Great Balls of Fire” by Jerry Lee Lewis, that consisted of every little thing from bumper vehicle props to pyrotechnics, as well as established bench relatively high for the various other entertainers.

Exotic Bird was up following, as well as she supplied a much more psychological efficiency, with an equally minimalistic phase style, readied to “Rush” by Lewis Capaldi, including Jessie Reyez. The regular gained her an applause from all 5 panelists.

For Sloth’s efficiency, the charming entrant brought his simple and easy appeal to an elegant number readied to “Ain’t That a Kick In the Head” by Dean Martin. The look was enjoyable as well as windy, as well as showed to be an ideal display for his magnetic individuality.

Hammerhead struck the phase next off, as well as appeared warm — essentially. The web surfer shark was flanked by wall surfaces of fire as he as well as his back-up professional dancers supplied a bullfighting-inspired number readied to “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” by Santa Esmeralda. While the Hammerhead absolutely flaunted his fascinating phase visibility, it appeared that his technological abilities weren’t fairly on the very same degree as most of his rivals.

The Tulip — that has actually been among the period’s follower faves — showed once more why she’s the period’s frontrunner with an absolutely skillful regular collection to Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next.” The number wowed the courts with it’s mix of modern-day dancing as well as ballet, as well as gained her a fair bit of appreciation.

The last entrant of the evening, Zebra, supplied an energised as well as certain number readied to “Mi Gente” by J Balvin as well as Willy William. The enjoyable number covered any one of Zebra’s technological imperfections with a genuine eye for panache as well as some gleaming pyrotechnics that obtained the target market amped up.

After all the dancings were supplied, the target market needed to elect on their favored, as well as the entrant with the least ballots wound up being Hammerhead.

However, prior to his huge unmasking, the panel obtained an opportunity to make their last hunches. Jeong kicked points off recommending Hammerhead is in fact Jersey Shore celebrity Pauly D, as well as Cummings got on that very same assumption. Green concurred with the Jersey Shore link, yet presumed Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino.

Tisdale went a various instructions, thinking maybe comic Kevin Hart, as well as Abdul indicated a paint hint to recommend maybe David Dobrik.

When it was ultimately time for Hammerhead to uncover, he showed simply exactly how close — yet incorrect — 3 of the panelists had actually been with their last hunches. As it ends up, Hammerhead exposed himself to be none aside from Jersey Shore celebrity Vinny Guadagnino!

When inquired about what it resembled to dance as Hammerhead, Guadagnino wondered, “It was great. I’m not a professional dancer, but I like to learn new things. I had so much fun. This was the most fun thing I’ve ever done.”

“The Hammerhead is not who I am in real life at all, so I love the anonymity of it,” he included.” I got to, like, go crazy and surprise everybody.”

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The Masked Dancer airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Fox.