Neighbors legend unmasked on The Masked Singer Australia – Michmutters

Neighbors legend unmasked on The Masked Singer Australia

The Masked Singer Australia has unmasked its first celebrity and it’s a beloved neighbors legend.

neighbors actor Ryan Moloney, who is best known as Toadie, was revealed to be the knight on Sunday’s (August 7) ​​show after performing Ed Sheeran’s song ‘Bad Habits’ (via The Advertiser).

Clues to his identity included a description of the knight as “the closest thing Australia has to true royalty,” but judges Chrissie Swan, Mel B, Dave Hughes and Abbie Chatfield failed to guess his identity before the reveal.

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Moloney is an Australian national treasure, having played Toadfish on the soap for three decades until the show was canceled and aired its final episode last week.

El actor recently reflected on his time on the soap, revealing his sadness at the cancellation news.

“It’s incredibly sad because it’s just an amazing stormwater of the industry that has taught so many people. So, it’s sad that kind of schooling is going to go,” admitted the star.

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“There’s gratitude in there and just kind of trying to soak up every moment that you’ve got with these people. There’s definitely the vibe of: ‘Come on, let’s make this really good. Let’s finish it really well.'”

“I think a lot of people have obviously grown up with it just being part of their lives and just part of the furniture, really. And in the same breath, that’s television,” he added.

“Most shows don’t run for this long, they kind of start and they finish after a couple of seasons if they’re lucky. So, we’ve just been incredibly blessed to be still going for this amount of time. I think we’re very lucky to have been part of people’s lives for so long.”

neighbors has now come to an end, but catch-up episodes are available via My 5 (UK) and 10 Play (Australia).

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