The Masked Singer is back for another fun-filled season of trying to figure out which musically-inclined stars are hidden under elaborate costumes. Scroll through as we keep track of every celebrity reveal on season 6.
The new season kicked off with a double elimination, but only one unmasking. The first to go was a pimped out purple 'pus. The towering sea creature pulled off his bafflingly furry head to reveal L.A. Laker Dwight Howard.
The season premiere ended on a major cliffhanger, with Mother Nature being eliminated but not revealed. Thankfully, fans only had to wait one night to learn the great Gaia was none other than actress, producer, and TV host Vivica A. Fox.
In the second episode, the show also decided to puff puff pass on letting the pouty-mouthed songstress advance. The colorful diva pulled off her gills to reveal legendary singer Toni Braxton, whose voice had been muffled by wearing a face mask underneath her mask face the entire time.
Playtime's over for Baby. The creepily giant infant was put down for a nap after singing an unexpected operatic version of TheFlintstones theme song, and was revealed to be Larry the Cable Guy. The unmasked comedian told EW that although his costume may have "freaked out" some, he loved it and so did real children. "It was a crazy suit. I know a lot of the older people were freaked out by the baby. They thought it was a freaky character. A lot of the kids though, from what I'm understanding, most people's kids thought it was awesome. They thought it was hilarious. They loved the Baby. They thought it was cute. The parents were freaked out."
The sugar rush is over. The colorful Cupcake gave us one last bite before being eliminated when Group B returned to the stage. The sweet treat was unwrapped to reveal Grammy-winner Ruth Pointer. Fittingly, the Pointer Sisters singer was, in fact, "so excited" to be on the show. "I was excited as hell, are you kidding me?" she told EW. "I had been sort of hammering at my manager to get on the show. He had another client that had been on it, and I said, 'I want to do that show! It looks like so much fun.' And so when he called and said that they got me on the show, I was like, 'Yes!'"
Can you figure out which celebrities are under the rest of the masks? Follow along as we gather all the clues about every season 6 contestant to help crack the case. The Masked Singer airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Fox.