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‘The Masked Singer’ Reveals Walrus — And Whoa! — It’s A Hunk From The ’90s

The newest reveal on “The Masked Singer” will make a smile blossom in your face. Or no less than that’s in our opinionations.

On Sunday’s episode ― airing on a distinct evening due to the World Sequence ― Joey Lawrence was uncovered as the person beneath the walrus costume. The bonafide Nineties heartthrob is finest recognized for taking part in the ditzy however TigerBeat-worthy Joey Russo on the NBC sitcom “Blossom” from 1990 to 1995.

He was beloved for his catchphrase: “Whoa!”

Though Lawrence’s identify has been a well-liked guess among the many actuality competitors present’s judges for years, solely Robin Thicke was capable of accurately establish his voice.

Thicke’s fellow judges have been stumped. Nicole Scherzinger predicted the walrus was Mario Lopez, Ken Jeong guessed John Stamos, and Jenny McCarthy-Wahlberg delivered an odd, however ardent, argument that he was Scott Wolf. However nothing blurred Thicke’s spot-on guess.

Joey Lawrence in 1992.

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“It was fun because so many seasons have gone by, and whether it’s Jenny, or Ken, or Robin, you know, they always guess me so, you know, it’s fun to get out there and have some fun for an episode when it was actually me,” Lawrence instructed the judges after his reveal. “It’s so funny, when it was actually me, none of them guessed me. I mean, well, Robin did, but the other three didn’t.”

However as an alternative, the trio behind the mummies ended up being one other set of TV brothers: Christopher Knight, Mike Lookinland and Barry Williams of “The Brady Bunch.”

Joey Lawrence (center) with his brothers, Andrew Lawrence (left) and Matthew Lawrence in 2012.
Joey Lawrence (middle) together with his brothers, Andrew Lawrence (left) and Matthew Lawrence in 2012.

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And though the Lawrence brothers didn’t all make an look on “The Masked Singer,” Joey Lawrence did tease a brand new present together with his brothers.

“And believe it or not, we’re in talks with Fox about the brothers and I on a brand-new show together for the first time in 15 years,” Lawrence instructed Folks in an interview revealed Monday.

“It just felt like the right time,” he added. “I think the fans have really been driving it. They’ve been begging us to do stuff together, and it’s really neat to come back together and do this again. We’re really excited about the show. We’re really looking forward to it.”



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