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Masked Singer’s Kangaroo Opens Up About Wanting to ‘Reinvent’ Her Life, Possible Future in Music


Warning: This story contains spoilers from the Wednesday, April 8, episode of The Masked Singer.

Owning her truth! The Masked Singer unveiled the Kangaroo on Wednesday night and the judges were surprised — but fans were not.

For weeks, fans have guessed that the Kangaroo was Jordyn Woods since her clues revolved around the tough time she went through last year and made many references to the Kardashians. Woods, 22, was best friends with Kylie Jenner but made headlines in February 2019 when she kissed Tristan Thompson, Khloé Kardashian‘s boyfriend at the time. The model’s father also passed away in 2017.

Masked Singer Kangaroo Why I Wanted Reinvent My LifeThe Kangaroo performing on ‘Masked Singer’. Michael Becker/FOX

Following her elimination, Woods revealed exclusively to Us Weekly that the show was an “opportunity of a lifetime” and she couldn’t say no.

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“I feel like I’m always constantly trying to try new things, to reinvent my life and I’ve always loved music. It’s a childhood dream to be able to perform on stage,” she shared with Us. “It’s something I never thought I was going to be able to do, but I got to live out my childhood dreams and ironically, I was in a kangaroo costume! The costume really felt like, me, my personality.”

Though she was incredibly nervous performing on stage every time, the makeup mogul feels that maybe a career in music could be in her future.

Masked Singer Kangaroo Why I Wanted Reinvent My LifeJordyn Woods and Kylie Jenner at The Marie Claire Image Maker Awards on .January 10, 2017 in Los Angeles, California, Chelsea Lauren/WWD/Shutterstock

“This show was a sign that music is something I should go with and since doing this I have learned so much,” the Eylure X Jordyn Woods founder said. “If I can go out there and perform in a burning hot, flaming kangaroo costume, it was a wake-up call that I can perform anyway! I feel like this show is the ultimate training if you’re nervous [or] if you’re scared. It’s the best experience for someone like me! Since the show, I’ve been writing music and recording music, so you might see an album soon!”

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While doing the show had many meanings to her, Woods hopes that it also shows people something new.

“I’m excited for people to see there’s a lot more to me then they think that there it is and I want people to not judge a book by its cover,” she told Us. “You can let all the things that happen to you define you or you can grow and become better from the struggles you face. That was a part of my story, so it made sense, but it doesn’t define who I am. For everything that’s happened to me over the last year and with my dad passing — I dedicated my first show to him right before I went on the stage. Being on the show is such an emotional roller coaster.”

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The Masked Singer airs on Fox Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET.

With reporting by Travis Cronin


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‘Modern Family’ Series Finale: How Did It End?


Warning: This post features spoilers from the Wednesday, April 8, series finale of Modern Family.

So long, fam! Phil, Claire, Mitchell, Cam, Jay, Gloria and the rest of the Modern Family brood adjusted to some major changes during the two-part series finale.

‘Modern Family’ Cast Then and Now

As the one-hour farewell began, Phil (Ty Burrell) and Claire (Julie Bowen) were living in an RV in their driveway to escape the madness inside the house with all the kids staying there. The Dunphys were at their wits’ end with the overcrowded home, so they gave Haley (Sarah Hyland), Alex (Ariel Winter) and Luke (Nolan Gould) the task of deciding who would have to move out.

Modern Family series finaleJulie Bowen and Ty Burrell on Modern Family Bonnie Osborne/ABC

Ultimately, the siblings chose to all leave, just as their parents wanted them to stick around. Haley and Dylan (Reid Ewing) had money for an apartment, Luke got into college in Oregon and Alex — who kind of started up a relationship with coworker Arvin (Chris Geere) — had to relocate to Switzerland for her new job.

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Meanwhile, Cam (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) were settling into their new house with their newly adopted son, Rexford. Cam then got a curveball when he discovered that his dream coaching job in Missouri was on the table again. After some mild hesitation, Mitchell agreed to move the family there. His choice was made easier when he discovered they would no longer be in such close proximity to Sal (Elizabeth Banks).

Modern Family series finaleEric Stonestreet on Modern Family Eric McCandless/ABC

Elsewhere in the family, Gloria (Sofia Vergara) felt like Jay (Ed O’Neill) and the kids didn’t need her anymore since she was working. However, he assured her that she was still in high demand and should let him handle things at home so she could focus on her career.

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Before everyone went their separate ways, Mitchell and Claire revisited their skating days, recreating an old routine and stealing back their trophy. Haley and Alex played a prank on Luke and forced him to redo a video they made as kids in which he pretended to be a dog. Jay dedicated his time to learning Spanish to surprise Gloria before their trip to Colombia, and Gloria shared her love for Manny (Rico Rodriguez) before he went to travel the world. Claire and Phil also decided to take an RV trip.

Modern Family premiered on ABC in September 2009 and ran for 11 seasons. The series, co-created by Steven Levitan and Christopher Lloyd, earned a Golden Globe for Best Television Series – Comedy or Musical, five Emmys for Outstanding Comedy Series, four Screen Actors Guild awards for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series and numerous other nominations.

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‘Bachelor’ Alum Cassie Randolph Jokes About Colton Underwood’s Selfie Skills, Says She’s ‘Proud’ of Him and His New Book


Biggest cheerleader! Cassie Randolph praised her boyfriend, Colton Underwood, for becoming an author, but not before poking a little fun at him.

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“You really know how to drive me crazy in quarantine,” Randolph, 24, wrote via Instagram on Monday, April 6, in reference to her love. “And you might be an absolute nightmare to take mirror selfies with.. but I am so so proud of you and all the hard work you put into your book!”

The former Bachelor contestant shared a series of photos of herself trying to get the perfect picture with Underwood.

‘Bachelor’ Alum Cassie Randolph Jokes About Colton Underwood’s Selfie Skills, Says She’s ‘Proud’ of Him and His New BookCassie Randolph and Colton Underwood. Courtesy of Cassie Randolph/Instagram

The first image showed her happily smiling with the former football player, 28, as she held his book. The next few photos showed Underwood getting goofy, throwing Randolph over his shoulder and looking distracted during their couple’s photo shoots.

Cassie Randolph and Colton Underwood's Quarantined Life

Randolph finished off her Instagram tribute with a clip of Michael Scott (Steve Carell) from The Office saying, “Why are you the way that you are,” again making fun of her man.

“How cool that you get to call yourself an author now,” the California native continued. “Love you lots 💙.”

On Tuesday, April 7, the Colorado native, who fully recovered from the coronavirus in April after weeks of being ill, gave his lady a major shout-out via Instagram.

“She’s hardworking, passionate, understanding, kind and has the biggest heart,” the former reality TV star wrote, noting Randolph’s family cared for him while he was sick at their home. “I can’t thank @cassierandolph and the entire Randolph family enough for caring for me while I’m away from my family.”

A week prior, Underwood opened up about his new book, The First Time: Finding Myself and Looking for Love on Reality TV.

“Going on the bachelor brought a lot to me — some good, some bad, and some I’ll never be able to figure out,” he wrote via Instagram on March 31. ”I went looking for love and found out more about myself than i imagined.”

Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph’s Relationship Timeline

The former athlete added: “Today, I get to add ‘Author’ to the list of words that describe me among many other things. I hope that this book can resonate or help even just one person that is struggle or going through a rough time in their life. Thank you all so much for going on this ride with me.”

Randolph and Underwood met on season 23 of The Bachelor in 2019.

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