BELLA Thorne is the latest star that has been voted off The Masked Singer as she was revealed to be The Swan.
The former Disney Channel actress, 22, performed I Hate Myself for Loving You by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts before she shocked both fans and judges.
All of the judges predicted wrong before the Shake It Up alum was unmasked during the Group C round.
Ken Jeong – who co-starred with Bella on the 2015 film The Duff – guessed the feathered bird was actress Olivia Munn.
Pussycat Dolls’ front-woman Nicole Scherzinger, 41, thought the contestant could be Megan Fox while Robin Thicke, 43, guessed Vampire Diaries star Nina Dobrev.
Guest judge Joel McHale, 48, inaccurately said the performer was Mila Kunis while show veteran Jenny McCarthy, 47, thought the vampire clues would lead to Twilight actress Kristen Sterwart.
When host Nick Cannon, 39, asked why she decided to go on the show, the singer said:
”Because Ken was guessing me as the Flamingo last season. And I retweeted that and that made me super excited.
“And I started watching the show. And I thought it was so amazing and so dope so I thought ‘let’s do that!’”
Fans were shocked the Midnight Sun star was on the show: “Bella Thorne was one of the LAST ppl I would have thought of,” one viewer tweeted.
Another wrote: “I did not see that coming, Bella Flipping Thorne.”
Alongside a shocked face gif, a fan noted the typically red-haired star’s change of locks: “Bella Thorne!!! And she has black/brunette hair!!”
Her big reveal came at the same time it was announced the young TV-mogul signed a deal to develop teen-based scripted and reality projects for Fox – the same network The Masked Singer airs on.
She told Variety of the upcoming shows: “If I was able to tell my 8-year-old self that you’re going to sign a development deal with Fox by the time you’re 22, I would just be like, you’re lying, no way.
“I’m honestly so proud and happy and so thankful to the network that they believe in me and they believe in the mindset I have of this generation.”
“Considering no writers or producers are 22, really, especially working for a big network like Fox… Right now I’m trying to concentrate on what is this teen show that will really make teens feel like they are watching a show that their friend wrote, something right up their alley.”
Bella said she looked to popular teen dramas like Riverdale and Gossip Girl for inspiration for the scripted projects.