Bob Saget was one of the many celebrities who participated in The Masked SingerHe would be competing in the fourth season of the show’s 2020 season. Members of the following were mourned his passing on Sunday. The Masked SingerThe memory was cherished by the fans and team Full HouseStar’s appearance on the show. Saget was killed in Orlando, Florida. Saget was 65 years old.
Saget was found in his hotel room at Ritz-Carlton Orlando on Sunday afternoon. According to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, there was no evidence of drug or foul play at the scene. Joshua Stephany was the chief medical inspector of Orange and Osceola County. He said that an autopsy was performed Monday. was completed Monday, however, the cause of death was not determined.
Saget’s family released a statement Sunday evening saying that they were shocked to hear that Bob, their beloved, had died on Sunday. “He was everything, and we want him to know how much his fans loved him, performing live and bringing people together with laughter. We ask for privacy, but we invite you to join our collective memory of the joy and laughter Bob brought to the world. Saget has survived his second wife, Kelly Rizzo, and his three daughters.
“Thanks for being such a joy to this world.”
Thank you for being such joy in this world.
Bob, RIP🤍 pic.twitter.com/8fwIbBWcjs
— The Masked Singer (@MaskedSingerFOX) January 10, 2022
Saget appeared on The Masked SingerThe fall 2020 season. He was dressed up as the Squiggly Monster and made it to Week 6. Before he was eliminated, he performed Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Have you Ever Seen the Rain?” in Week 5. He also performed The Rolling Stones’ “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”.
“Everyone loved and respected him in the community.”
Everyone loved him in his community. EVERYONE. Really good guy like everyone says & if you did even a small favor for him he would be so grateful and appreciative even it wasn’t much. I am in tears typing this because he was so genuine and the world needs to know that. We love you @bobsaget ❤️
— Ken Jeong (@kenjeong) January 10, 2022
In a post-show interview Entertainment WeeklySaget said that he loved the show. He was just disappointed that the Squiggly Monster costume didn’t allow him to perform Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Penitent Blues”. He chuckled when he saw the Squiggly monster costume.
‘One of the most kind & thoughtful people I’ve ever come across’
I’m so shocked at @bobsaget’s passing. One of the most kind & thoughtful people I’ve ever come across & he just happened to be one of the funniest on the planet. Bob, I will always remember you. Love you dear friend. I’m so sorry @kellyrizzo. We are sorry for the loss of the rest.
— Joel McHale (@joelmchale) January 10, 2022
Saget stated, “Yeah. They presented a couple more different renderings to me and there was just no doubt, because I glanced at it and I laughed loudly.” EW. “That’s often the key. It’s a joyful-looking thing. It would be something that a child would love to pick up with all its eyes that look just like the three-eyed men in Toy Story. It had a childish, loving feel to it. It’s multicolored, so you feel like “Oh, this is all the beings on earth.” He even has lobster claws. He’s a mix of many creatures.
‘You were our Squiggly Man’
R.I.P. Bob Saget, TV legend. Your work made millions of people laugh, and will continue to make them laugh. You were also our Squiggly Monster, the first American contestant in The Masked Singer. pic.twitter.com/EjBfYaAUhl
— Jess0426 |🔊🏠, 🐥📖, ⭐️⚔️+ (@cartoonist0426) January 10, 2022
During The Masked Singer, Saget told the judgesHe wanted to be part of a series that brought joy in such a difficult time. He said, “I get to share your joy and that’s so needed.” “They asked me if I wanted to be Squiggly Monster. They sent me a photo and I replied, “Yeah!”
‘You made us smile’
“We’re all going through a tough time.. I get to be part of your joy and it’s needed so bad.” – Bob Saget
Goodbye Squiggly Monster. You made us smile. 😢 😈#MaskedSinger #bobsaget pic.twitter.com/LpwhBv0TSS
— Maggie K Black ❤️ 🐕🔫 (@MaggieKBlack) January 10, 2022
Other thanFull HouseSaget was also known for being the first host of America’s Funniest Home Video. He also directed a few movies including Dirty WorkWith the late Norm Macdonald. He also hosted the podcast series. Bob Saget is Here for You.