The Masked Singer aired its season 10 finale on Wednesday, revealing the identity of the elaborate Gazelle costume and crowning a new champion. After 10 weeks of spectacular performances from mystery celebrities concealed behind elaborate masks and costumes, fans finally learned the Gazelle’s true identity.
Pretty Little Liars Star Janel Parrish Revealed as the Gazelle
After captivating the audience week after week with her soulful voice and graceful dance moves, the Gazelle was unmasked as actress Janel Parrish, best known for playing Mona Vanderwaal on the hit mystery series Pretty Little Liars. 
Parrish had the audience completely fooled, with judge Ken Jeong steadfast in his guess that the Gazelle was Constance Wu. But Parrish’s name began trending on Twitter shortly after her unmasking, with fans congratulating her stellar performance. 
“Omg Janel Parrish!!! I’m literally screaming!! I had a feeling it was you all this time on #TheMaskedSinger !!! Your voice is incredible,” one fan tweeted after the big reveal. 
Parrish admitted even her Pretty Little Liars fans began recognizing her distinct voice underneath the Gazelle costume, forcing her to modify her vocals throughout the season. 
Harpist Takes Runner-Up, Lambs Win It All
The Lambs were crowned the season 10 winners, beating out fellow finalists Harp and Gazelle. The elaborately costumed trio gave show-stopping final performances, but the Lambs ultimately won over the audience with their powerful harmonies. 
Runner-up Harp dazzled all season long with her angelic voice and mesmerizing stage presence before being unmasked as actress Amber Riley from Glee. 
Host Nick Cannon showed off his dance moves alongside the Lambs as they were showered in confetti, celebrating their hard-fought victory. 
What’s Next for The Masked Singer?
The Masked Singer team is likely already planning costumes and filming seasons for 2024 after continuing its reign as one of the most popular competition reality series on television. 
Host Nick Cannon recently signed a long term deal to remain the face of the hit Fox series through Season 6, confirming at least two more celebrity filled seasons of elaborate masks and viral unmasking moments. 
Judges Ken Jeong and Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg will also likely return, along with comedian Nicole Scherzinger, to take their signature wild guesses at the celebrities hiding behind the masks. Following Amber Riley’s unmasking, McCarthy Wahlberg already expressed hopes that her Glee co-star Lea Michele would compete in a future season. 
While the format has largely remained the same over 10 seasons, producers continue to outdo themselves with more ornate costumes and breath-taking performances. Fans can likely expect even more spectacular masks and talent in upcoming seasons of television’s favorite guessing game.
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