‘The Masked Singer’ Season 4: New Costumes and First Clues Round-Up

With the Season 4 premiere being right around the corner, “The Masked Singer” has teased new costumes and clues of all 16 of its new competitors in a pre-season special.

This season’s 16 competitors are – Gremlin, Snow Owls (two people competing as one), Crocodile, Giraffe, Popcorn, Sea Horse, Jellyfish, Mushroom, Whatchamacalit, Squiggly Monster, Dragon, Baby Alien, Sun, Serpent and Seahorse.

Kicking off another round of singing guessing game, the show is all set to return on Wednesday, September 23, at 8/7c on Fox, with the judges sitting at a socially distant six feet apart from each other.

Here are all the clues about the celebrities behind the 16 costumes:

Broccoli:

Broccoli seems to be rubbing his stomach during the clues.

“I’m a brocco-lean, mean, heart-pumping machine. After all, it’s how I got my six-pack. America, broccol-up because figuring out my identity is going to be roughage for ya.”

Baby Alien:

The Number 5 (a constellation forming the number five can be seen in th sky background)

“If you’re looking for a hint about this Baby Alien, all you have to do is look to the stars. America, trying to figure out this unidentified flying object will leave you lost in space.”

Crocodile:

Tic-Tac-Toe games can be seen in the background.

“A special set of keys reversed my game forever. Tic-tac-whoa! America, you’ve never met a reptile like me. I promise my identity will never be guessed by you.”

Dragon:

A stock market ticker is shown in the background.

“If you want a hot clue to finding my identity, just look into stocks and bonds. America, you can search every dungeon to find this dragon’s identity, but you won’t pierce my protective armor.”

Gremlin:

“Check the gremlin manual and you’ll see, I can thrive when the temperature is a cool 66.5 degrees. America, trust me, when you hear my ferocious voice, you won’t believe your ears.”

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Giraffe:

A giant Giraffe can be seen walking past 10th Avenue in New York City, as people run away.

“If you’re looking for a hint to my identity, you should know that I share something in common with a powerful giant. America, trying to figure out my identity is going to be a real ain in the neck.”

Jellyfish:

Can be seen strutting around.

“Brr! I assure you that even though I may be cold-blooded, I have a warm and glowing flow with H2O. America, you can search the entire ocean for a notion of who I am, but when I make it to the finals, I’m sure you’ll go from calling me invertebrate to inverte-great!”

Lips:

“If you want a hint about me, I own who I am. I know that my voice can go high, but my dishes go deep. America, lip-stick around if you want to figure out my identity. But for now, my lips are sealed.”

Mushroom:

Several images of Mushroom in different hats can be seen.

“If you want to know who’s behind my mask, you’ll need to figure out who’s under my hats. America, you can guess and guess all day long, but figuring out who I am will be nothing but truffle.”

Popcorn:

Picture of a green cow on a mirror on the wall film shown in movie theater with “directed by Popcorn” credit.

“When you watch my onscreen performance it will be in 3D: dynamic, delightful, and diva-licious. Mirror mirror on the wall, what makes me the biggest miracle of all? America, you’re not going to know who I am until the credits roll on the final episode. And when I’m unmasked, your brains are going to pop.”

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Serpent: 

Prescription bottle with “31118” on its label is shown on an older model television set.

“If you want to know how I instantly appeared, here’s the prescription number to my identity. America, I hate to snake it to you, but figuring out my identity is a game you just can’t win. Fangs for playing.”

Squiggly Monster:

“It’s very fitting that I have so many appendages. After all, I’m known for having a lot of hands to latch onto. America, if you want to figure out who I am, don’t expect me to give you a hand, even if I have plenty to spare.”

Sun:

“If you’re trying to figure out who I am, here’s a hint: This sun knows how to shine like a torch, even during the freezing winter. America, my identity will never dawn on you. If you try to guess me, you’ll just get sunburned.”

Snow Owls:

Wood barn in the countryside can be seen in the images.

“You can try and figure out who we are, but as for who is more talented, it’s a tie. America, hoo-hoo are we? Your heads will spin trying to figure us out.”

Seahorse:

“Living in the ocean can be dangerous, so it’s always good to find a quiet place to hide. America, you’ll never figure out who I am, even if you try your sea-level best.”

Whatchamacallit:

Ace of hearts playing card is shown catching fire.

“Some might say that my career had a magical start. America, I know you’re hair-dyeing to know my identity, but forget about trying to figure out who I am, can someone just tell me what I am? Oh right, I’m whatchamacallit.”

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According to Fox, the season 4 celebrity contestants combined have sold more than 281 million records worldwide, appeared in more than 5,475 episodes of television and 151 films, appeared in five Super Bowls, have four stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and one Time 100 Most Influential persons. They also have 46 Grammy nominations, 23 Platinum Records, and there are 10 Hall of Famers and one Olympic Gold Medalist in the bunch.

Earlier last month, the show’s executive producer Craig Plestis has teased that the new season will be more “unexpected” and will feature “people that you normally would never have seen before on any of these kinds of competition shows.” He also added that “Format-wise, you’ll see some similarity to the past seasons, but there’s some innovative twists and turns that we’re doing in this new season just to keep it fresh.”

Which celebrities do you think are under these topsy-turvy costumes? Please let us know in the comments below.

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