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The Masked Singer Season 4: Serpent and Whatchamacallit Revealed

by Conor O'Brien
The Masked Singer Season 4

The Masked Singer Season 4 has said goodbye to two more contestants – and fans now know who was behind the “Serpent” and “Whatchamacallit” masks. Find out who was revealed by reading on.

Group B returned for their final round in The Masked Singer Season 4 on the November 18 episode. After seeing off Gremlin and Baby Alien – actor Mickey Rourke and retired NFL star Mark Sanchez respectively – only Seahorse, Whatchamacallit, Serpent and Crocodile remained in play. As Group B started with an extra member, it meant that two celebrities would be revealed by the end of the episode.

Unfortunately, when everything was said and done, Serpent and Whatchamacallit were the unlucky pair.

In Serpent’s first two performances, he sang “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” by The Proclaimers and “The Bones” by Maren Morris. However, his third outing, “Cool” by the Jonas Brothers, was not enough to save Serpent from elimination.

He was revealed as Dr. Elvis Francois, the “singing surgeon” who went viral for serenading his patients and who actually appeared on The Masked Singer: After The Mask earlier in 2020.

Dr Elvis Francois, “Serpent” – The Masked Singer Season 4 (image courtesy of FOX)

As already mentioned, “Whatchamacallit” joined Serpent in leaving the competition. For his first two performances, this contestant sang “I Wish” by Skee-Lo and “Money Maker” by Ludacris (feat Pharrell Williams). His third and final song was “Lean Back” by Terror Squad, ft. Fat Joe and Remy Ma.

Behind the facade of Whatchamacallit was none other than NBA star Lonzo Ball, who plays as a point guard for the New Orleans Pelicians.

Lonzo Ball, “Whatchamacallit” – The Masked Singer Season 4 (Image courtesy of FOX)

Only 23 years of age, the 6’6 athlete is the youngest male contestant to appear on The Masked Singer to date, surpassing previous holder and fellow basketball player Victor Oladipo of the Indiana Pacers – he was Thingamajig in Season 2.

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