‘The Masked Singer’ spoilers: The Rottweiler is …

The Masked Singer’ has mixed up the groups as of the November 20 episode. On this installment of the reality competition series, the four celebrities hoping to win over the audience and the four judges (Ken JeongJenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger, Robin Thicke) are hidden inside the Flamingo, Flower, Leopard and Rottweiler costumes.

The Rottweiler rocked the house in each of his three previous appearances. He stole the show in week one with his version of the Hall & Oates hit “Maneater.” He returned in week five with a cover of “Love Runs Out” by OneRepublic. And he was a stand-out in week six with his rendition of “Castle on the Hill” by Ed Sheeran.

We’ve been busy trying to figure out the name of the celebrity disguised as the Rottweiler. We’ve watched each of his performances as well as the clues video and think we’ve solved the mystery. Keep reading for the fourth of this week’s “The Masked Singer” spoilers.

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The Rottweiler is Chris Daughtry, the frontman of the rock band Daughtry.

The Rottweiler reveals that he became famous overnight; Chris was a finalist in season 5 of “American Idol” back in 2006.

The Rottweiler says that he wants to show the world that when it comes to his career “it’s not over.” That is the title of Daughtry’s first hit record from 2006.

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The Rottweiler admits that he loved to play football but is now happy to watch from the stands; Chris played on his high school team.

The clues video includes a shot of blue roses; Chris sports a large tattoo of a blue rose that he refers to as a symbol of love, prosperity and eternal life.

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Do you think that we are right about the real identity of the Rottweiler? Who do you think is hiding inside the Rottweiler costume? Sound off in the comments section below.

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