'Masked Singer' Winner T-Pain Opens Up About His Win

Michael Becker  FOX

Michael Becker FOX

He also had a message for those who doubted his singing ability given his past work with Auto-Tune, a computer program which alters voices and corrects off-key singing.

In case you missed the big reveals, or just want a quick recap, here are the answers to some very important questions. I just went with it.

He said "a ton of people", including rapper Lil Wayne, knew right away who was beneath the silly, adorable costume.

"Lil Wayne was the first, so that was good. Love to everybody who watched [The Masked Singer]", tweeted T-Pain.

"Everybody that was featured on my album knew what the deal was". "It's No. 1 right now, No. 1 in the country and I feel great".

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While he's happy about proving to the world that he can sing without relying on an audio device, that doesn't mean he'll stop using Auto-Tune in the future.

The three final competitors on the Fox TV series were unmasked during Wednesday night's finale and they proved to be rapper/producer T-Pain as the Monster, former teen idol and singer Donny Osmond as the Peacock and legendary soul singer Gladys Knight, who was the Bee.

The rapper said his costume, which he jokingly referred to as "a bad contraption", was the toughest to navigate and perform in.

"I didn't really get into it until I saw the choices for the costume".

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