‘Masked Singer’ Judges Walk Off Stage to Boycott Giuliani Appearance

“The Masked Singer” has become one of the most popular reality shows on TV.

Well, that was the case until this year, when a reveal showed an unexpected guest.

That would be former New York City Mayor, Trump Attorney, and ally, Rudy Giuliani.

Outta Here…

If you have never seen the show, it is actually pretty comical.

While there are some guests on there that can sing (they regularly hide recording artists under the costumes), they also have non-singers who are in the headlines as part of the show.

For instance, Sarah Palin was once a contestant, as was former MLB pitcher Barry Zito (he was a decent singer).

Well, this year, the show reportedly invited Rudy Giuliani.

As we would suspect, he was reportedly the first from his group to get knocked out.

Now, liberals despise Trump, therefore they despise Giuliani, and two of the hosts on the show took exception to Giuliani being on the show.

According to Deadline, when the former NYC Mayor was unmasked, both Robin Thicke and Ken Jeong walked off the set.

Jenny McCarthy and Nicole Scherzinger, however, remained on stage and chatted with the former mayor.

Mind you, these are the same people that had no problem with host Nick Cannon’s blatantly anti-Semitic comments.

Additionally, Robin Thicke is not all that squeaky clean either.

Last year, Thicke was accused of being drunk on set of a video and groping one of the models that was on set.

I would suspect “The Masked Singer” will have a much larger audience than normal when the shows air this season, as conservatives are going to love to see these two snowflakes lose their sh** when they see Giuliani take his costume head off.

Sources: The Blaze & Deadline


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