The Masked Singer fans were forced to say goodbye to yet another celebrity on Wednesday night. After the Night Angel, Turtle, Kitty, Frog and Rhino sang their hearts out, it was revealed that the Kitty would be the one getting the boot. Like always, shortly after the news was announced, the Kitty was unmasked and revealed to have been America's Got Talent alum Jackie Evancho. Judging by the reactions from fans online, they were none too happy about Kitty leaving the competition.
Even though she was eliminated, Evancho had nothing but great things to say about her time on the FOX series. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the singer, who came in second place on Season 5 of AGT, explained that she wanted to do the show because she was a fan herself. She said, when asked whether she had to be convinced to do the series, "It was so easy for me to do this because I actually loved the show before I was offered to be on it. And I was like, this could be such a fun experience to be anonymous. It was actually a great learning experience for me."
While Evancho is leaving the competition with her head held high, her fans can't help but comment on the fact that she shouldn't have been eliminated, at all. And it's safe to say her elimination has gotten many fans of The Masked Singer fired up.
THE AUDIENCE ONCE AGAIN HAS TERRIBLE TASTE WHEN VOTING. 😡😡😡— Becky Berry ♊️ (@starberry25) May 7, 2020
Looking At You, Rhino
#TheMaskedSinger kitty should have stayed, awesome performance. Sorry Rhino, should have been you.— Craig Thompson (@CraigTh88882056) May 7, 2020
How Is This Happening?
YALL SENDING KITTY OVER NIGHT ANGEL WTF IS WRONG WITH PEOPLE #TheMaskedSinger— a m a n d a (@NotablyRosalie) May 7, 2020
Not On Board With It
NOOOOO NOT KITTY!!!! pic.twitter.com/0ZpMBY0Ozm— Maggie (@Maggie21500911) May 7, 2020
@jackieevancho should have won the whole thing! Robbed!— Jon-Dat Flindo (@jondatflindo) May 7, 2020
Shouldn't Have Happened
#TheMaskedSinger NO! Kitty is one of the best and should still be in the finals!— Patricia Bourland (@PBDallas) May 7, 2020