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Robin Thicke and Ken Jeong quit 'The Masked Singer' jury after Donald Trump's lawyer revealed

Robin Thicke and Ken Jeong quit ‘The Masked Singer’ jury after Donald Trump’s lawyer revealed

Rudy Giuliani is here with Donald Trump. Right: Picture of the masked singer

Two judges on the US version of popular TV show The Masked Singer have resigned during filming after a particularly controversial candidate was revealed. The suit was none other than Rudy Giuliani, former President Donald Trump’s attorney. That American media reports showbiz. The episode in question has not yet been broadcast.

GVsource: Deadline, TMZ

Giuliani was the most prestigious mayor of New York at the turn of the century, but then became highly controversial as Donald Trump’s personal attorney. For example, after the US presidential election in 2020, Giuliani was one of the main proponents of unfounded conspiracy theories.

Two judges – singer Robin Thicke and comedian Ken Jeong – nearly choked when, at the end of filming for the first episode of Season 7 of “The Masked Singer,” Giuliani appeared to be sitting under the mask of a character, Rudy Giuliani.

Both judges immediately left their seats in protest. The other two judges – actress Jenny McCarthy and singer Nicole Scherzinger – remained seated. Thak and Jeong eventually returned to the group.

There are no pictures of the scene in question yet, as the episode in question has not yet aired. The US version of The Masked Singer was also heavily criticized in 2020, when it emerged that controversial Republican politician Sarah Palin was wearing a teddy bear suit.

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