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2020-10-27T06:27:10.035Z

The performance this week in "The Singer in the Mask" was good, but you can't be surprised that we only got one episode and even the removal of the mask was not in it. At least you can take comfort in the stork, who gets more exciting from show to show, and has a presence that is a bit reminiscent of the innocent Ninet of "A Star Is Born"



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Winged love: The rooster and the stork are the most talented birds on screen

The performance this week in "The Singer in the Mask" was good, but you can't be surprised that we only got one episode and even the removal of the mask was not in it.

At least you can take comfort in the stork, who gets more exciting from show to show, and has a presence that is a bit reminiscent of the innocent Ninet of "A Star Is Born"

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Ben Byron Braude

Tuesday, 27 October 2020, 08:06

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Promo "The Singer in the Mask" - Will the identity of the cucumber be revealed?

(Rainbow 12)

This week in "The Singer in the Mask": Special group reunion.

After several weeks of performing in two separate groups, the remaining contestants in the show - the pickle, the falafel, the popcorn, the stork, the ibex, the dragon, the rooster and the dragonfly - finally got to share the same stage.

If this sounds like a 'non-event' to you, you are absolutely right, the unification of the groups in "Singer" felt as if someone had combined the zoom class of 10th grade 2 and 10th grade 3. Simply no matter.

What actually managed to surprise is the fact that this week we did not receive a visit from any guest judge, apparently even a request for 12 times the foot comes off the self-promotion pedal.



Putting the cynicism aside (but only for a moment), this week we got eight good performances, some of which were even praised in a "just great" performance (it's funnier if you imagine it in my side voice).

It's time to say that out of trying to guess who the people hiding under the costumes are, I forgot to pargan for the production of "The Singer in a Mask" which manages to provide at least three really great numbers in almost every show, including changing scenery and backing singers (Libby with acting school graduates Of the falafel ").

If it weren’t for recorded and adapted studio performances, I would even recommend skipping the pre-Eurovision and sending the winner of the show to represent us in the competition after Eden Elena, in 2022 (or sometime in the future when the competition returns).

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If any of the judges think it's anyone other than Einat Shroff, she's urgently listened.

The Cucumber, "The Singer in the Mask" (Rainbow Screenshot 12)

After I praised the performance, it is impossible not to be disappointed that this week we only got one episode and there was no mask removal in it.

Isn't that the whole point of the format?

Singing, guessing and finally discovering?

It is already clear that the next dismissal of the "singer" will only be revealed sometime next week.

This will be after another episode where all the costumes except the dragonfly and the falafel, who received the highest weighted score from the judges and the audience and automatically moved on to the next stage, will compete.

It is clear that with the huge success of the show, the appetite of Keshet 12 has increased and there is a desire to milk this rating for as long as possible, but it is important that they remember that the audience has a short memory.

If watching the show turns into a chewing gum (like "VIP Survival" from episode 20 to episode 250), viewers may still find that they have worthy alternatives here 11 (just, it won't happen).



One last reference to everything around before we move on to music.

In case you haven't noticed yet - the promos for the show have become the TV equivalent of election promises, that is - absolute bullshit.

If throughout the week the promos hint that the panel has surpassed the identity of the pickle and the dragon is in danger of being ousted, you can be sure the opposite is true.

Because I was so annoyed by the judges' gambles, I almost did not want to write about Einat Shroff's performance, sorry - the pickle, for the song "Good as Hell" by Lizo.

If anyone on this panel really thinks this voice belongs to someone other than Burned, he should go urgently to clean his ears with sticks (another idea for a costume next season).

And a word to Einat - aim for you, all the punk and solo performances you bring to the show sit on you beautifully.

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Exciting.

The stork, "The Singer in the Mask" (Rainbow screenshot 12)

Another performance that really managed to shake the judges is that of the dragon.

He performed "Maybe on the Beach" by Yehoram Gaon, in a show combining dancers and with a general atmosphere of a musical.

It should have been enough by my side to guess the identity but he was not even near.

The new clues about him included a dressing table and pictures of famous women like C. Hyman, Yardena Arazi, Doreen Atias and the stork, and they made the judges bet on Israel Aharoni (Static and Ben El) and Haim Tsinovich ('Fira), why?

Really a hat.

I am still convinced that this is Itzik Cohen whose name has come up in the past, both because of his very specific tone of voice and because of the previous clues that have suited many projects in the past.



The falafel, which is said to be very popular, performed the "closest to you" by Aviv Alush and Eli Butner and reinforced the feeling that only a former athlete can sing like this.

The clues took the judges to Gili Mosinson and Ido Kozikaro but I still bet on Uri Sasson (again, mostly because of the tone of voice).

Unlike the falafel, the dragonfly was totally deserving of the immunity it received and continues to be my candidate to win the season.

The most talented feeler on screen also gave a fantastic performance this week, this time in a rock version of one of Sarit Hadad's most beautiful songs, "Free".

Needless to say, all the clues about the dragonfly again fit Rinat Gabay's story like a glove next to or like a glass shoe to Cinderella's foot.

It remains only to wonder how the panel of judges does not recognize her.

There is no doubt that if Gabay, who has been dreaming of performing for adults for years and fails over and over again, wins in the end of the season, it will be a particularly exciting ending.

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Moved to a geographic survey.

Ofira Asaig with Static and Ben El, "The Singer in a Mask" (Rainbow Screenshot 12)

We will move on to the poultry department of the "singer" - the stork and the rooster. This week, the stork gave an exciting performance to Shlomo Artzi's "Absurd" and the rooster to "The Disco Here" by the spur band. If it is indeed Lucy Aharish and Tzachi Halevi, it is one of the most talented couples in Israel. Oh yeah, Tzachi needs to start worrying because even though he's the most experienced singer among them, Lucy takes him for a walk. Even if it's not Arish, the stork's performance gets more exciting from show to show, it has a presence that is a bit reminiscent of the innocent Ninet of "A Star Is Born."



The less-than-good performances of the evening belonged to Popcorn, who performed Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson's "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart," and Yael, who performed Dana International's "Love Boy." Both performances were fun and invested, but Mrs. Popcorn and Mrs. Yael did not seem comfortable with the choice of song that tried to be cool by force. As for their identity, I was left with the bet on Orna Datz and Galit Giat (respectively), there was nothing in the hints that managed to change my mind.



Finally, you noticed that if in the first shows, Ofira's million dollar question to the contestants was "Were you with me on the show?" In the meantime, the method has only brought it up to Mali Levy, so it seems to me worthwhile to choose another tactic.

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