Robin Thicke and Ken Jeong have been pictured back on set of The Masked Singer after they stormed off when Rudy Giuliani was the first contestant to be unveiled.
The 77-year-old politician’s shocking unmasking prompted a dramatic reaction from judges Robin, 44, and Ken, 52, after it was reported they ‘quickly left the stage in protest’ of Rudy’s involvement.
However, on Thursday, the pair were seen smiling as they arrived back at the studio showing no signs of friction, ready to film another episode of the reality TV singing competition on Fox.
The sighting comes after PEOPLE reported that stand-up comedian Ken felt ‘upset’ and ‘disrespected’ by Rudy’s reveal.
‘Ken was super upset and indeed stormed out,’ a source told the outlet. ‘Robin actually followed him because he and Ken are very close friends and he wanted to check on him. Robin didn’t storm out because of Giuliani.’