Hiding behind the Bushranger moniker Neighbours star Bonnie Anderson sung her way to victory with a final performance of David Guetta’s club anthem When Love Takes Over.
Urzila Carlson and Dave Hughes were convinced the vocals were the work of Australian singer Jessica Mauboy, but Jackie O and Dannii Minogue continued their winning streak with the correct placement of singer Bonnie Anderson as Bushranger.
Jackie O questioned whether we can expect to see Anderson focus on singing or acting in the future. The Masked Singer Australia winner shared: “I haven’t really been singing,Neighbours has taken a lot of my time. This has sparked a fire in me, and it’s nice to know I can do this. I can’t believe I’ve won this thing, it has blown my mind!”
She took out the coveted win ahead of Australian singer-songwriters Kate Miller-Heidke and Eddie Perfect.
With her regal rendition of Gloria Gaynor’s I Will Survive, Kate Miller-Heidke’s anonymity came to an end as she placed second commenting: “It’s super liberating. I got to leave myself and my normal hang-ups behind and step into this really strong, larger-than-life character.”
Frillneck came in third place following his take on Devil Inside by INXS revealed to be Australian singer-songwriter Eddie Perfect. Perfect said after the reveal: “It was a scary thing to do, and I didn’t want to say no to something just because it scared me. I thought I would live to regret that.”
That concludes season two of The Masked Singer Australia. The Masked Singer USA is coming soon to 10.