Butterfly on The Masked Singer reveals being 'electrocuted' during rehearsal of Livin' On A Prayer
Butterfly revealed that she was 'electrocuted' during rehearsal on Wednesday's episode of The Masked Singer on Fox.
The costumed contestant performed Livin' On A Prayer by Bon Jovi and finished with power vocals that had the season two panelists out of their chairs.
Show host Nick Cannon, 39, then asked the performer about a shock during rehearsal and Butterfly told of an electrical mishap.
Butterfly shocked: Butterfly revealed that she was 'electrocuted' during rehearsal after performing Wednesday on The Masked Singer on Fox
'Literally a shock,' Butterfly revealed.
'When the CO2 went off during the song, something short-circuited, and I got electrocuted through the platform I was standing on,' Butterfly explained.
'It was scary,' she added.
'Are you okay?,' asked panelist Nicole Scherzinger, 41.
Electrical mishap: The singer said the CO2 went off for a fog effect and something short-circuited and she was electrified through a platform
Scary moment: The singer froze as the short-circuit shocked her with electricity
'I'm okay, but I was like, "I don't want to be dead on a prayer, I want to be living'',' the large-winged insect added.
Ken Jeong, 50, referencing a London clue guessed that Mel B was underneath the Butterfly mask.
Jenny McCarthy, 46, thought it could be Fantasia Barrino, Nicole went out on a limb with Twiggy and Robin Thicke, 42, picked Leona Lewis.
The panelists: Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Ken Jeong and Nicole Scherzinger had wild guesses about Butterfly's identity
Butterfly was among six contestants who performed Wednesday on the Fox show and sang along with Flamingo, Skeleton, Black Widow, Thingamajig and Leopard.
Paul Shaffer, 69, was revealed as Skeleton after finishing the lowest in voting by the audience and panelists.
Season two of The Masked Singer premiered last month on Fox.
Skeleton singer: Paul Shaffer was revealed as Skeleton after finishing the lowest in voting by the audience and panelists after six costumed singers performed