Bradshaw exposed on TV’s ‘Masked Singer’


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Terry Bradshaw as the Deer. -- THE MASKED SINGER

Antonio Brown wasn't the only Steeler (or former Steeler) competing on the new FOX show "The Masked Singer".

On "The Masked Singer", 12 well-known celebrities perform in a singing competition while in elaborate disguises. At the end of each week, the lowest-performing singer is eliminated and forced to reveal their identity. Brown was revealed to be the Hippo in the first episode.

Terry Bradshaw was revealed to be the Deer when he was the third singer eliminated from the competition on Wednesday night.

Bradshaw performed twice on the show. In the first episode, he sang "Thunder" by Imagine Dragons:

On Wednesday, Bradshaw sang "Get Your Shine On" by Florida Georgia Line:

By the time Bradshaw was eliminated, many viewers had discovered his identity. The Deer had been revealed to be 6-feet-3, a former track and field athlete (Bradshaw threw javelin in high school), have some association with horses (Bradshaw breeds horses), and an athlete with multiple titles who now appears in commercials.

This isn't Bradshaw's first venture into music. Bradshaw released an album, "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry", in 1976. He released music again in 1981, and most recently in 1996.

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