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Bear is a masked celebrity on the third US season of The Masked Singer.

Appearance[]

Bear is swirled in pastel pink, blue and purple fur from ears to legs, her head has wide eyes framed by thick lashes, a blue nose and a deep purple muzzle. She wears a matching furry dress with pink trim and bubblegum pink high-heeled boots with pink fur tops.

Songs[]

Week Song
6 "Baby Got Back" by Sir Mix-a-Lot

Clues[]

Week Clue
6 "In my life, I have been both hunter and hunted."

(Woman on Radio): "That bear can't see the forest for the trees."

(Woman 2 on Radio): "She is positively unbearable."

"But after years of hearing all the phony baloney, I'm sick of everyone not knowing who I really am. So this mama bear is coming out of hibernation. Maybe I've been a little polarizing. But just like a bear, it's all been to protect my cubs. Under this mask, I found the courage to come out of my cave, stop hiding, and face the world head on. Now, tonight, I Bear, exercise my right to a killer performance."

Clue Answers
The ice skates and hockey puck in Bear's package are a hint to Sarah being a "hockey mom."
The aces and kings in Sarah's package refer to her home state of Alaska, abbreviated as AK.
The calendar in Bear's package said "live" on Saturday, which is a hint to Tina Fey's famous impersonation of Sarah on SNL.
Other Clue Answers
The final sentence in Bear's package used the line "exercise my right". This was a reference to Sarah's political background.

Final Guesses[]

Week Robin's Guess Jenny's Guess Ken's Guess Nicole's Guess
6 Tina Fey Candace Cameron Bure Jodie Sweetin Christina Applegate

Trivia[]

  • The mask was revealed on January 30, 2020.[1][2][3]
  • She is the first ever political figure on the US version of The Masked Singer.
  • The Bear made a cameo in Whatchamacallit's first clue package.
  • This is the first, and so far the only, female contestant to rap on The Masked Singer

Videos[]

Clues[]

Performances[]

Reveal[]

Interview Unmasked[]

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