Singer Kate Ceberano’s involvement in Scientology resurfaces The Masked Singer Australia reveal

Singer Kate Ceberano’s involvement in Scientology resurfaces The Masked Singer Australia reveal

 

Kate Ceberano’s involvement in Scientology resurfaces as she is unmasked as The Lion on The Masked Singer – after the controversial religion was NEVER mentioned on the show

By Daily Mail Australia Reporter

Published: 05:11, 15 October 2019 | Updated: 08:04, 15 October 2019

In The Masked Singer, cryptic clues are provided before each performance so that viewers at home can try to guess the identities of the celebrities.

But there was one important part of Kate Ceberano’s life that wasn’t hinted at before she was unmasked as The Lion on Monday’s episode.

While there were several clues about her family and the awards she has received during her career, there was no mention of her involvement in the Church of Scientology.

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Did you know? Kate Ceberano’s involvement in the Church of Scientology has resurfaced after she was unmasked as The Lion on Monday’s episode of The Masked Singer Australia

Kate is a third-generation Scientologist and even performed at the opening of a $57million Scientology Centre in Chatswood, Sydney in 2016.

She also sent her 15-year-old daughter, Gyspy Rogers, to a Scientology boarding school in Yamhill County, Oregon last year.

The Delphian School costs $72,000 a year in tuition and boasts a curriculum partly based on the teachings of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard.

Hmm! While there were several clues about Kate’s family and the awards she’s received during her career, there was no mention of her involvement in Scientology. Pictured as The Lion

Education: Kate sent her 15-year-old daughter, Gyspy Rogers, to a Scientology boarding school in Yamhill County, Oregon last year. Pictured on August 26, 2017 in Melbourne

Students are required to learn using the Study Tech method, which is an intense form of studying created by Hubbard and championed by the likes of Tom Cruise.

In November, Gypsy’s father, Lee Rogers, shared photos to social media of his daughter arriving at The Delphian School.

He also uploaded an image of Gypsy’s official certificate of acceptance.

At the time, Kate responded to the post: ‘I hate the distance between [us] but I love the journey you’re on.’

Recognition: In 2014, Kate received one of the church’s highest honours: the International Association of Scientologists’ Freedom Medal Award

Scientologist: Tom Cruise was famously awarded the IAS’ Freedom Medal of Valour in 2004

In 2014, Kate received one of the church’s highest honours: the International Association of Scientologists’ Freedom Medal Award.

A church spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia at the time that the ‘Freedom Medal is awarded once a year to a select individual for their considerable contributions to humanitarian and philanthropic work.’

Kate was recognised for her commitment to a wide range of humanitarian and charitable causes over the course of her 30-year entertainment career.

Devoted: Kate is a third-generation Scientologist and even performed at the opening of a $57million Scientology Centre in Chatswood, Sydney in 2016. Pictured at a Scientology event in Hollywood on August 4, 2007

The spokesperson added: ‘Kate has been a positive role model in many areas and has championed the arts, mentored new and upcoming artists, supported numerous vital charities, promoted human rights, education and the benefits of living a drug-free life.’

While receiving the honour, Kate said: ‘Three generations of my family, all supporting the IAS [International Association of Scientologists] and who will continue to do so until society has all the tools necessary to bring about sanity and an improved culture.’

Tom Cruise was famously awarded the IAS’ Freedom Medal of Valour in 2004.

‘I learnt about ethics’: In her autobiography I’m Talking: My Life, My Words, My Music, Kate spoke of her relationship with the church and how its teachings shaped her childhood

In her autobiography I’m Talking: My Life, My Words, My Music, Kate spoke of her relationship with the church and how its teachings shaped her childhood.

‘It’s thanks to the fundamental teachings of the church then, when I was young, that I learnt about ethics, about self-preservation, self-respect,’ she wrote.

These days, the ARIA Award winner rarely speaks about her faith and does not mention Scientology on social media.

Longtime member: Kate is pictured at a Scientology event in Sydney on September 30, 2002

 

 

 

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