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Betting Update for Week 7 of The Masked Singer Season 4

| November 7, 2020 2:31 am PDT
The Masked Singer Season 4 Betting Update - Week 7

The Masked Singer season 4 is still going strong, with the most recent episode dropping on Wednesday, November 4th.

This show is pretty intoxicating, as there is so much intrigue surrounding each contestant’s hidden identity, but then we also get really fun and sometimes jaw-dropping performances.

As enjoyable as this reality TV show is, you can have even more fun with it by betting on The Masked Singer. You can do that again in season four, once the top entertainment betting websites update the odds.

The latest odds are out now, so there’s no better time to look at who will win season 4 of The Masked Singer. It’s early, but this The Masked Singer season 4 betting update should provide you with a breakdown of the latest odds, as well as clue you in everything that happened in episode six.

The Masked Singer season 4 returns on November 11th, so join us for this quick betting update before you go finalizing any wagers.

Latest The Masked Singer Odds

There aren’t any odds for who will win The Masked Singer season four as I write this. This isn’t that shocking, seeing as it’s the end of the week, and the most recent episode aired just two days ago.

You can certainly expect the top entertainment betting websites to push out fresh The Masked Singer odds before the next episode, though, and they will likely pop up sometime over the weekend.

We’ll try to provide updated odds right here, along with some analysis.

Either way, it still makes sense to get a jump on next week by looking at what happened in the latest episode, and what could come next.

Who Got Eliminated?

This has been a pretty wild season for The Masked Singer eliminations.

Mickey Rourke pulled the plug on his stay all on his own accord, while we’ve also previously seen Busta Rhymes, Brian Austin Green, Wendy Williams, and former NFL quarterback Mark Sanchez get the ax.

In episode six, it was Bob Saget who got the curtain call.

I’m a little surprised Saget lasted this long, but “Squiggly Monster” didn’t do enough to stay in the competition. It was a shocking revelation, though, as I personally had no clue it was him when he was singing.

Who will get eliminated from The Masked Singer season 4 next? That’s probably the burning question for anyone looking to bet on this show. Depending on where you bet on The Masked Singer, you might be able to put money down on celebrity identities, who will win, and who gets eliminated next.

Use the latest The Masked Singer season 4 odds to assess any of those respective bets.

That said, there is still a little more to catch up on, so let’s check out who performed the best in episode six, and which singer is probably in the most trouble.

Who Did the Best in Episode 6?

This is obviously quite subjective, but I’ll give my thoughts based on what transpired in episode six. Sun has arguably been the top overall performer, but in the latest episode, we saw Group C battle it out.

Bob Saget was sent packing, but three other singers took the stage, with Mushroom, Jellyfish, and Broccoli all performing.

So, who did the best? I’d give the win to Jellyfish, who impressed with Patsy Cline’s “Crazy”.

It’s admittedly a close call when you look at Group C, though. Mushroom is probably right behind her after crushing Cher’s “If I Could Turn Back Time”. Broccoli did well for what appears to be an older gentleman, but I’d be shocked if he lasted longer than these other two.

If you’re betting on anyone from Group C to win season four of The Masked Singer, Jellyfish is likely the way to go.

Which Performer is in Trouble?

Several, to be fair. But going into next week, we’re looking at the finals from Group A. That means, should you find any entertainment betting sites that offer elimination wagers, you’ll want to focus on this group.

That, or if you’re betting on who will win The Masked Singer season 4, you may want to steer clear from some of the options that will perform on Wednesday.

Group A consists of Popcorn, Snow Owls, and Sun. It hasn’t been much of a secret that Sun is the favorite to emerge from this group, and currently looks like the best bet to win season four.

That said, in Group A, the singer I’d be most worried about is Popcorn. She did smash P!nk’s “What About Us” out of the park, of course.

While true, she’s going up against a better performer in Sun, and a pretty amazing duo in Snow Owls. Anything can happen, so it’s possible Popcorn lives on after next week. I just doubt it, and I certainly wouldn’t bet on her to win the whole contest at this point.


This competition is pretty intense for a lot of reasons, but it’s important to consider there are a few different ways to bet.

The most traditional way that most The Masked Singer betting websites offer, of course, is the winner of the competition.

Just keep in mind that it isn’t always who you think it’s going to be. There are really good vocalists who don’t go as far as they should each season, and it’s not just about singing. It’s also about intrigue, crowd reaction, choreography, energy, and stage presence.

So, who will win The Masked Singer season 4? It’s still pretty early, and the odds favor Sun. That said, the singer standing out the most to me is Crocodile.

This show isn’t just about the top voice, as I said. He does have a great voice, though, and he’s also pushed the envelope by owning the stage and handing in very different top-notch performances with flawless renditions of Bon Jovi and Britney Spears songs.

In terms of versatility, fun, talent, and upside, Crocodile is the artist to beat in season four. Looking to bet on other entertainment props? Check out some of our latest entertainment betting posts below.

Noah Davis
Noah Davis

Noah Davis is one of the more diverse writers at GamblingSites.com. Like many of his colleagues, he's a huge fan of both football and basketball. But he also writes about box office records, TV show prop bets, DFS, and all kinds of other subjects.

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