Whatchamacallit is covered from head to toe in red, white and blue hair and fur. His only plain accessories are light blue gloves and a single eye on his face.
"I Wish" by Skee-Lo
"Money Maker" by Ludacris (feat. Pharrell Williams)
"Lean Back" by Terror Squad ft. Fat Joe & Remy Ma
0 (Super Sneak Peek)
Some might say that my career had a magical start.
"Weeeeeeeeee! Hi, hi, hi, hi, hi. I'm magical, mythical, philosophistical, jazzy and snazzy and full of pizzazz-y. You see, people think I'm a shy guy, especially because I've let others absorb my spotlight. But as a bright hairball, I can shine alone as this world is wide open. I can dance with the stars, surf candy bars, buzz with the bees, and swing from the keys. It's time to turn the tables on the world- because I don't wanna be hair today, gone tomorrow.
"Here at The Masked Singer, I can really let my hair down. Shoutout to my glam squad though. It takes 36,524 brush strokes to make Whatcha camera-ready. But I love this hairy situation I've got myself into. I'm free, free, free! But, it's taken some rough patches to get here. Like the time I was at the height of my career, ready to dance like never before. Then I got the Whatchama-call that shook my world. The news was deflating. My mom was in bad shape. I wanted to be by her side, but she wanted me to continue the ride. She made me realize my dream was her dream, so I pushed forth. And now, she's gonna freak when she finds out I'm the bigwig on stage tonight."
"Whatcha-what? I'm really this close to the Super 6? Who would've thunk it? But since my competitors have a handle on singing, I'm really hoping my swag will carry me through. I've always tried to exceed expectations. Just ask my high school teacher/mentor."
(Whatcha's Whatchaperone): "Hey, hey! I wanna see daylight between you two! Ugh. These kids are always up to something, except Whatchamacallit. He had a good head on his shoulders. Very focused and hardworking, but he could still surprise you. I remember when he was a sophomore, he brought a senior girl to prom and I thought, 'Oh, man. He's gonna be sweatin' through his tufts!' But when he hit the dance floor, he busted out some serious moves (People: Go Whatcha, go whatcha!). None of us teachers knew he had it in him, and I love seeing him continue to surprise me on this stage. Now get out there and wipe the floor with 'em, Whatcha!"