Throughout his career, in the Mask Singer, this amazing candidate had unveiled a few clues extremely confusing as “In my life, nobody has rolled out the red carpet. I really fought to get where I am“, “This first delivery was like my first album. He did not frankly convinced” and “One of my sons became a professional athlete.” Something that totally disrupt the jury composed of Alessandra Sublet, Kev Adams, Anggun and Jarry, who has in turn submitted names all more improbable than the others. It reminds us that even when one of Alexander Benalla has even been quoted…
But then, who was really under that mask ? The answer is simple : David Douillet. World Champion, Europe and olympic Judo, it was then Sports minister between 2011/2012, hosted a few tv shows and one of his son’s basketball at a small level in France.
Mask Singer : which celebrity is hiding under the mask of a Lion ? David Douillet
If all candidates do not sing necessarily well, in the show, The Cupcake was good in our ears during his or her participation. A surprise ? Not really. As had been entrusted to the mascot : “If I master both the voice, it is because I took singing lessons. I am not afraid of challenges. It is through this that today, I can sing as well as the greatest singers.” A very important clue, especially as she then added,”With this voice, equally at ease in English and in French, we often get asked if I’m canadian or québécoise.“
Bingo for the jurors who have immediately made the connection with… Natasha St-Pier. Spotted in the musical comedy Notre-Dame de Paris (international version), she then represented France at the Eurovision in 2001 (4th place), was sworn-in to The Voice in Belgium, and has enjoyed success with titles such as “You will find”.
Mask Singer : which celebrity is hiding under the mask of the Cupcake ? Natasha St-Pier
Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Bobr Times, Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my firstname.lastname@example.org 1-800-268-7116