Eagle is a masked celebrity on the second US season of The Masked Singer.

Appearance Edit


Songs Edit

Week Song
3 "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" by Meat Loaf

Smackdown Songs Edit

Week VS Song
3 Penguin "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" by Nancy Sinatra

Clues Edit

Week Clue
3 "Good afternoon, class. Today, we'll be learning about me, 'the Eagle'. Studious and intelligent, I have soared to great heights as the face of my field. But now after a serious health scare and the loss of a parent, I've realized that life is too short to let my dreams fly by. I've spent so much time listening to other people's stories that I've neglected writing my own. It's time to leave the safety of my nest behind. I'm going to prove I don't just hang out with rock stars, I am one."
Clue Answers
The radio tuned to 106.7 in Eagle's package is a nod to KROQ, where Drew hosted "Loveline" for 32 years.
The "Lincoln High" sign in Eagle's package is a nod to Drew's obsession with Abraham Lincoln.
Eagle's mention of "hanging out with rockstars" refers to Drew's work in addiction recovery on his show "Celebrity Rehab."
Other Clue Answers

Final GuessesEdit

Week Robin's Guess Jenny's Guess Ken's Guess Nicole's Guess
3 Howard Stern Adam Carolla Craig Ferguson Jeff Foxworthy


  • Dr. Drew made an appearance in full costume as the Eagle in the opening of season 3's "The Battle of The Sixes: The Final 6", complete with his voice not being pitched like the others. He later appeared in the same season's "Road to the Finals" episode during the "What the World Needs Now is Love" tribute song. He joined the panelists, other season three competitors and other Masked Singer alumni with a handwritten message thanking all the front line workers during the coronavirus pandemic.[1]
    • This gives Dr. Drew the distinction of being the only Masked Singer contestant to make more than one appearance in a subsequent season.


The CluesEdit


(Coming soon...)


Interview UnmaskedEdit



  1. Thank You First Responders From The Masked Singer
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