Watch: Dee Snider Revealed As a Performer on The Reality TV Show ‘The Masked Singer’

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On a recent episode of the reality TV show The Masked Singer, it was revealed that the singer known as “Doll” was none other than former Twisted Sister singer Dee Snider.

For those who may not know, The Masked Singer is a show where masked and costumed individuals perform various hit songs; the catch is that, under the costumes and masks, there is a celebrity performing the music.

One of the contestants to appear on the show was the individual going by the name “Doll” – who was dressed up in a ragdoll-like costume. But of course, it was recently revealed that Doll is actually Snider.

Snider ended up taking third place on The Masked Singer, and prior to his reveal, no one on The Masked Singer panel could guess who Doll was. Before Snider was revealed, the panel guessed that Doll could be Gene Simmons or Iggy Pop.

After he was unmasked, Snider said the following to The Masked Singer panel (the following was transcribed by Blabbermouth):

“I couldn’t believe you guys didn’t get it. You were circling around it. But let me tell you — Gene SimmonsIggy Pop, no one could wear pumps like I did.”

Then, to the crowd, Snider shared: “And by the way, ladies, it’s like riding a bike. I wore them in the ’70s. It all came back to me once I put them on.”

If you are interested in seeing the moment when Doll is revealed to be former Twisted Sister singer Dee Snider, you can do so via the YouTube video player below.

In other Dee Snider-related news, the former Twisted Sister singer recently gave his approval for “We’re Not Gonna Take It” to be used as part of a campaign striving to ban assault weapons. Snider also recently talked about how much he is not a fan of MTV’s Unplugged. You can find links to both of these stories below the video.

Dee Snider Approves of 'We're Not Gonna Take It' As Anthem To Ban Assault Weapons

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