The best performances from The Masked Singer season 4
See who hit the high note each week.
Season 4 of The Masked Singer is officially in full swing, which means new performances to enjoy (and, okay, maybe a few to laugh at, too).
The new episodes are sure to feature hit songs sung by incredible singers and non-singers alike, and in honor of those brilliant renditions, EW is breaking down all of the best performances from each episode of season 4 of The Masked Singer. Be sure to check back, because we will be updating this list throughout the season.
Sun singing "Cuz I Love You" by Lizzo
Week 1: Sun's version of Lizzo's "Cuz I Love You" made us feel like we were truly walking on sunshine. This performance kicked off the season, and it's no wonder — it was one of the best vocal performances on the show to date. Belting and sustaining those high notes was a piece of cake for Sun, who made the whole thing look all too easy.
Seahorse singing "Only Girl (In the World)" by Rihanna
Week 2: Looks like Sun has some major competition! In her first performance, Seahorse proved she's in it to win it with her incredible vocals that were a perfect match for Rihanna's hit. Choreography has been rather light on the show up to this point, but she still brought the energy, and those blow-up cactus costumes worn by the background dancers were hard to resist. Seahorse won this week by a landslide.
Sun singing "Praying" by Kesha
Week 3: The judges praised this performance as one of their favorite vocals from a female singer ever on the show, and we have to agree. Sun once again belted her way through all the high notes, bringing the emotion along the way. The gorgeous set decorations and costumes on the backup dancers didn't hurt either. Shoutout to Snow Owls, who bring the adorable duet game week after week, though.
Crocodile singing "Toxic" by Britney Spears
Week 4: (In best Ken Jeong impression): Ok, hear me out. Yes, Seahorse had the most astounding vocals tonight, Serpent's smooth voice could melt butter, Whatchamacallit brought the rap game, and Baby Alien boldly pulled double duty as a puppeteer and singer. But, after several weeks of tamer choreography and less theatrics overall, Crocodile kicked off the week with camp galore, fun choreography (was anyone else concerned about the back-up dancers meeting the wrong end of that tail?), and he managed to sound good while completely throwing his voice for a second week in a row. An effort like that deserves a shoutout.
Check back next week to see our picks from each new episode.
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