She was the ork: Tschirner revealed in “The Masked Singer”.
He sang in Italian, Turkish and even Icelandic – the ork made it to the final of “The Masked Singer”. Now it is clear who is behind it.
She was the mysterious orc and is obviously a real talent for languages: Actress Nora Tschirner (Weimar “Tatort”, “Keinohrhasen”) made astonished faces on the ProSieben show “The Masked Singer”.
The 40-year-old was revealed on Saturday evening as the first candidate in the finale of the music advice program – she received too few votes from the viewers.
Hardly anyone in the studio guessed that the actress would be hiding under the costume – a rough-and-ready orc creature with a latent beer belly. In the advice team, nobody had thrown their name into the ring before the unmasking – instead, tips like Brigitte Nielsen (58) or Michelle Hunziker (45) ghosted through the round. “We have no idea,” said betting queen Ruth Moschner.
What was special about the Ork was above all his linguistic diversity – he sang songs in several different languages, including Italian, Turkish and even Icelandic in the finale. Tschirner was gleefully happy about her complex and successful confusion. She revealed that she had wanted to take part in the format since the first season.
The actress now finished fourth at the end of the sixth season of “The Masked Singer”. In the show, celebrities appear as singers, but hide their identities behind elaborate costumes. The stars are revealed as soon as they don’t get enough votes or win at the very end. The winner of the current season should be known on Sunday night.