Dog the Bounty Hunter was a little late The Masked SingerHe dropped in this season, rather than in previous seasons when he was in contention. His appearance was still memorable, and he was asked by the audience what his favorite fan thought of his performance.
Page SixDog, real name Duane Chapman says his late wife Beth Chapman would be over the Moon for her performance and would laugh at his wardrobe problems.
“Oh, she would have loved it,”Chapman said so to the outlet. “I don’t know when I fell down what she [would have] said.”He claims that his wife would have been proud of him and that he put on the show.
Chapman performed the rendition of “I Fought the Law”He fell while trying to do a kick while wearing the costume. The former bounty hunter and reality star was quick to fall, although he did need some assistance due to his heavy armadillo costumes.
“I had no idea I was going down,”Chapman said that the costume was weighed by the outlet. “over 200 pounds.” “Those two thoughts, fail or sink or swim, hit my mind, right? I feel that angels picked me up [because you] couldn’t pick this thing up.”
Chapman is still one of the most controversial people to wear the mask, despite the friendly discussion that followed the show. Chapman is believed to be behind Rudy Giuliani’s rumored revelation that caused the show’s judges to walk off the set. Although Chapman isn’t known for his political views, his past includes a number of scandals, including the racist comments he made in 2007 and his alleged homophobic and racist comments. These comments were allegedly what hampered his latest series attempt and caused a lot of drama within his family.
Chapman was also implicated in the Brian Laundrie manhunt. He became a central point of the search away from the police actions on the ground. PopCulture has previously reported that, while many cheered Chapman as a former reality star and others were shocked, Cecily Chapman claimed it was all publicity stunt.
Chapman, despite these details was all smiles The Masked Singer. After his fall, he also praised the show’s production. “They take very good care of you,”Chapman stated. “[A] lot of work goes into that show. No wonder they’re one of the top shows in America.”