As WrestleMania 39 is just around the corner, WWE superstars are everywhere, promoting the event and participating in various programs and sporting events. Recently, Alexa Bliss surprised everyone with her special appearance on The Masked Singer on FOX, where she performed an incognito singing performance.
It was me behind the #AxolotlMask! 🖤🖤🖤 What an amazing experience! Thank you to @Wwe & @MaskedSingerFOX ! The Masked Singer will return next week on @FOXTV! #TheMaskedSinger pic.twitter.com/scD7EEX2rJ
— Lexi (Kaufman) Cabrera (@AlexaBliss_WWE) March 23, 2023
Bliss, who recently underwent skin surgery, did not let her medical condition stop her from fulfilling her commitments within WWE. She made her debut on The Masked Singer in the sixth episode of the ninth season, disguised as an axolotl. Her rendition of LeAnn Rimes’ Can’t Fight the Moonlight caught the attention of the judges, who suspected that the person behind the mask might be a WWE superstar.
Unfortunately, the public decided to eliminate her on the same day she debuted, but Bliss appreciated the opportunity to participate in the program. In a brief interview, she revealed that her experience on The Masked Singer was a great help in getting rid of her fear of singing in front of the public.
Alexa Bliss is not the first professional wrestler to participate in The Masked Singer. In the previous season, Chris Jericho, a competitor from AEW, participated in the singing competition as the dinosaur Bride. Unlike Bliss, Jericho remained in the race for several weeks before being eliminated.