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Who’s the Poodle? Robin Thicke Dishes on ‘The Masked Singer’

Who’s the Poodle? Robin Thicke Dishes on ‘The Masked Singer’
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“Extra’s” Renee Bargh sat down with Robin Thicke at Universal Studios Hollywood to discuss tonight’s episode of FOX’s new smash-hit show, “The Masked Singer.”

The show is leaving everyone guessing who the singing celebrity is behind the costume. Robin commented, “If I go to the supermarket, somebody will just lean in, 'Tell me, who's the poodle? I'm just dying to know who the poodle is.'" Robin and the other judges are guessing as well, with him pointing out, “I have to say... I guess the most right by the end of it.”

Hours after his interview, the show unmasked the poodle, revealing it was Margaret Cho!

Hall of Fame football player Terry Bradshaw was recently revealed as the deer, and Robin knew it all along! He explained, “I watch football every Sunday. I was like, 'Oh, that's Terry Bradshaw.'"

Robin is psyched about the Rams heading to the Super Bowl, saying, “Yes, Rams!!! Rammies!!!” He continued, “I'm a huge sports fan… I went to a few games this year. I did a telethon after the Malibu fires, did a telethon with some of the Rams.”

Robin and his fiancé April Love Geary lost their home in the fires, but they are planning to rebuild. He said, “We love it out there. So we're there for the long run.”

The singer also opened up about his very personal new music, tackling the loss of his father, TV star Alan Thicke and miscarrying a child with April. He shared, “Losing my father was the most difficult time of my life. I've been trying to fill the void with babies, I think. Just keep having babies until I don't miss him so much.”

Robin and April are getting ready to welcome their second daughter together. He dished, “We have a little one coming in about a month so a lot going on.”

When Renee commented that he is going to be outnumbered with all the girls, Robin smiled, saying, “It's my karma that I gotta raise girls!”

Robin added, “No, I love being a father. And I'm all for it.”

“The Masked Singer” airs tonight on FOX.

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