"Our Masked Singers this week are: Flamingo, Panda, Unicorn, Kitty, White Tiger and the Swan." Faith's voice broke through the eerie blackness.
From the darkness, there came a "Who are you, who, who, who who. The audience chimed in, still in the inky blackness. Faith sang out loud and strong. Four ginormous outlined in purple masks lit the stage. Each mask as big as King Kong. The massive masks started flashing, then the lights changed to a marque style.
The main reflector zoomed in a Faith, in a chocolate jumpsuit that hugged her curves, as she sang the final, " Oh, who the (bleep) are you? (Who are you? Who, who, who, who?)" Standing on their feet the crowd was on an excitement high, clapping and cheering. On the last who's, the gigantic masks turned solid purple. The floodlights followed the back up dancers who were in the apex with the judges, twirling them, then waist bumping. As the judges were lit, the crowd started yelling to them.
"Welcome, welcome, welcome," Faith began. Singing made her happy and at this moment she was very happy. She did the tug on the ear trick made famous by Carol Burnett as a shout out to Giles, Jenny, Dawn and Finn.
"Good evening," she began as the dancers made their way to back stage. On the far left side, you could see the Frog Costume displayed, to the far right the Rose. The massive masks on the edges of the stage turned to black with a purple outline.
"I'm still Faith Lehane and this is the Masked Singer Galador style. If you missed last week," she began, waving at the youngster on the first row waving at her, "you missed some fine performances. Thank you to all the masks performing tonight. Let's give thanks to Queen Shiklah, for hosting this program in her brand new state-of-the art facility."
"Last Monday, we raised $5,000.00 making our grand total $7,500.00. Thank you for your kind generosity as all proceeds go to the Group Home. Let's see if we can continue that streak."
"Now, I'd like to introduce, the girl who causes more wet dreams," Faith practiced saying it but still she blushed, "than McDonalds' serves hamburgers, give it up for the beautiful bombshell," before she could even get the name out the audience went wild, the second she started to say the name, the house lights all came up, "Bea Wilson, ladies and gentlemen."