Watch Telly Leung and Brittany Mack Get Unmasked in Broadway's Masked Singer | Playbill

Broadway Cares Watch Telly Leung and Brittany Mack Get Unmasked in Broadway's Masked Singer

The two Broadway actors performed under the disguise of The Reindeer and The Flower.

Broadway's Masked Singer has revealed Broadway veteran Telly Leung and Six performer Brittney Mack as competitors. They performed under the disguise of The Reindeer and The Flower, respectively. This news comes after Jennifer Simard's big reveal in the debut episode.

READ: Watch Jennifer Simard Unmask in Broadway's Masked Singer Season 2

The Aladdin actor performed Mariah Carey’s chart-topper "Hero" and a energetic rendition of "Stranger in My House" by Tamia. Prior to leaving the competition, he said, "Thank you for Supporting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS! Merry Christmas!"

Mack sang "Drift Away" by Uncle Kracker and "Diamonds" by Moulin Rouge! The Musical Rihanna. "Never stop believing. Never stop supporting Broadway Cares," she said upon her departure.

The first episode of the three-part series premiered March 21 via livestream on the Broadway Cares YouTube channel. Profits from the show go to supporting the New York City-based nonprofit that's dedicated to fighting AIDS and providing emergency assistance to artists.

Broadway's Masked Singer is hosted by Michael Hull and Dylan Bustamante and its panel is comprised of Season 1 winner Nic Rouleau (The Book of Mormon); Broadway veterans Jelani Remy (Ain’t Too Proud) and Ben Cameron (Wicked); Natalie Weiss (Breaking Down the Riffs); Jackie Cox (RuPaul’sDrag Race), and Felicia Fitzpatrick (Call and Response podcast).

Throughout the competition, the singers wear costumes to conceal their identifies while performing. Similar to FOX's Masked Singer competition, viewers participate by voting for their favorite performances, advancing the singers to the next round. The person with the least amount of votes are made to unmask and depart. Votes are cast by donating to the nonprofit.

READ: Broadway's Masked Singer Returns for 2nd Season

The final episode of Broadway’s Masked Singer streams live at 8 PM ET April 4. For more information, visit

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