All the clues so far for The Masked Singer 2020
As the 12 new celebrities take to the stage in the latest season of The Masked Singer in their hilariously disturbing costumes, Channel 10 has slowly been giving excited fans clues about each of the celebs under the masks.
All we know for now is that 2020’s contestants include Hollywood actors, a big name from an Emmy award-winning series, ARIA winners, a triple Olympian, Logie winners, a recording artist with 22 platinum and 11 gold records, and World Cup winners.
There are rumours that Eurovision star Dami Im, comedian Tommy Little and Neighbours actress Madeleine West are a few of the celebrities believed to be appearing this season.
With all the clues that have been released, we have managed to collate them all together in anticipation of the new season beginning on Tuesday.
Frillneck says: "I’ve always been a stand-up guy, who hangs with birds of a feather."
Fans believe the masked singer may be a stand-up comedian and guesses include Ed Kavalee, Tommy Little, Sam Pang and Beau Ryan.
Echidna says: "I only know one way to go... pedal to the metal from start to finish."
Echidna's video clue has confused many as it depicts the animal five records that have been arranged to look like the Olympic rings. He's also seen rocking a cradle with a... cat in it.
In another scene shared to Instagram, Echidna is shown taking part in some sort of running race.
Viewers have guessed this contestant may be a TV presenter and racing enthusiast Grant Denyer and former Olympic sprinter turned race car driver John Steffensen.
Dragonfly says: "I may be classically trained, but I’m famous for some other moves."
Fans think that this contestant may just be Kate Miller-Heidke who was trained as a classical singer or Australia’s Got Talent judge Lucy Durack.
Other guesses are Dami Im and The Wiggles’ Emma Watkins.
Cactus says: "When they hear my voice, they’ll be yelling 'You grow girl'," which doesn't give away too much.
In another Instagram post, Cactus says: "Don't let my looks fool you. I'm dangerous, but I would rather keep that private."
Names like Sia, Ruby Rose and Lucy Durack have been thrown into the mix so far.
Wizard says: "My childhood neighbours hated my singing voice, but who’s having the last laugh now!"
Fans think this contestant may be be a previous or current Neighbours star. Jason Donovan, who played Scott Robinson on the show.
Queen says: "My sporting pedigree can’t be denied... and that doesn’t just take the cake."
Guesses are former MasterChef contestant Justine Schofield who used to date sports presenter Matt Doran or jockey Michelle Payne.
Hammerhead says: "I’ve never started a fight... but I always nail them in the end!"
Viewers think Hammerhead may be TV and radio presenter Tom Williams, retired Australian rules footballer Barry Hall or horticulturist and TV presenter Jamie Durie.
Bushranger says: "I'm not afraid to take the gloves off... and get my hands a little dirty."
Guesses based off of the “glove off” comment surround boxer or gardener. Guesses include Gardening Australia’s Costa Georgiadis or professional boxer Danny Green.
Goldfish says: "I’m not just gold, I’m quite precious... and a lot tougher than I look."
The "gold" in goldfish's clue seems to point to an Olympian or some sort of athlete.
Olympic swimmer Stephanie Rice, professional boxer Lauryn Eagle or one of the players from the Australian Diamonds netball team are some of the guesses being made.
Puppet says: "I’ve had my brush with royalty... and a long time in a court of law."
Viewers are convinced Anh Do may be hiding under puppet's incredibly disturbing costume.
Sloth says: "I have quite the way with words, even when they’re not mine."
Sloth's clue doesn't give us a lot of information, so guesses are limited.
However, many believe this contestant could be an actor or TV presenter.
The Masked Singer airs on Monday, August 10 at 7.30pm on Channel 10.
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