During The Masked Singer’s grand finale in September-winning the award-Neighbours star Bonnie Anderson was unmasked as The Bushranger.
And now that the 25-year-old actress has had time to focus on the experience, she has shared the most challenging aspect of the experience.
“On Friday, she told Wash,” Trying to conceal that I was on the show was a pretty hard thing. I even kept it from my friends, because I am an awful liar!
Although the star acknowledges that she could lie to friends more easily, when it came to her closest and dearest, it was more challenging.
“It was a huge challenge for me. I had close friends who were questioning me if I would admit that it was me. But that was a very painful lie for my dad,’ she said.
However, Bonnie was delighted that she did the show as it resurrected her love of singing that she called her ‘number one item’.
Bonnie, after winning The Masked Singer earlier this year, thanked her fans in an Instagram article for their support.
‘Finally, I can avoid keeping lies about what I have been up to for the past few months,’ she said.
Being part of The Masked Singer on so many occasions has been the most unforgettable and unique experience for me.’
“She went on to state that she was thankful for working with such an” epic “group of individuals who made the show” enjoyable and safe.
Bonnie edged out runner-up Kate Miller-Heidke, who had earlier in the episode been unmasked as The Queen.
Bonnie is also a singer-songwriter, better known for her appearance as Bea Nilsson on Neighbours, and was the first Australian Got Talent winner in 2007, at age 12.