All The Masked Singer season 4 costumes, including first-ever 2-headed duet
Meet the new Masked Singers
This season's stars will be dressed as a Sun, a Giraffe (as EW exclusively debuted), Popcorn, and more. Click through the gallery to see every season 4 costume, including the show's first-ever duet look.
For the first time ever, The Masked Singer will feature a two-person costume. According to a news release announcing the Snow Owls, the duo will appear in the season premiere and will compete (and be unmasked!) as one.
With its massive fur coat, sparkly bowler hat, and oversized bow tie, the Crocodile is one of the season's snazziest (and brightest) costumes.
The Sun, a nice foil to last season's Night Angel, features a unique upside-down face and is surrounded by a halo of golden rays. According to a video announcing the costume, Sun has "set quite a few records."
The dapper Giraffe features a very baroque look, complete with period-appropriate heels, stockings, and wig.
With gold-tipped claws and searing red eyes — not to mention the battle-ready garb — Dragon looks poised to be a formidable opponent.
Featuring a humanoid face (a rarity on the show), you butter believe Popcorn is ready to compete. The first announcement for Popcorn coyly teased, "Mirror, mirror on the wall, what makes me the biggest miracle of all?"
This nightmare fuel has at least eight arms, two legs, seven eyes, and a head full of mop-like hair. What's not to fear love about that?
This lip-smacking costume is a more simplistic look for the show. When revealing the costume for the first time, The Masked Singer's official Twitter page wrote, "They may be #LipsMask, but they don't lip-sync." A clue, perhaps?
Featuring sweet platform sneakers, flowing tentacles, and a slick trench coat, the Jellyfish costume is so stylish it stings.
Fungi of all shapes and sizes cover this fun costume, which also features adorable gigantic eyes.
This cross between Cousin Itt and a Fourth of July popsicle features one eye and lots and lots of hair. Here's to hoping we get a rendition of "Whip My Hair" out of the deal.
Broccoli, who looks like he might be related to season 2's Thingamajig, has chains, a jacket with a "B" on it, and a floret beard. In a video previewing the costume, a key clue was given: "It's always raining at least 2 men when I'm around." Hmmm...
This vaguely Furby-looking costume has a lot of purple fur, big eyes, wonky ears, and suspiciously human hands.
The show's first puppet costume is absolutely out of this world! When this costume was introduced on the season 4 special sneak peek episode, the clue that was given was: "All you have to do is look to the stars." A constellation forming the number five showed in the sky in the background.
In another Masked Singer first, Serpent features animatronic appendages on its costume. The sneak peek episode showed a pill bottle with the number 31118 on it as a clue to Serpent's identity.
This season's most colorful costume also debuted in the sneak peek episode, which also featured a clue of this underwater creature's true identity. "Living in the ocean can be dangerous, so it's always good to find a quiet place to hide," they teased.