How Well Do You Know the Unmasked Celebrities of ‘The Masked Singer’ Season 6?
The Masked Singer season 6 is seriously flying by, there have already been seven unmaskings! This season has some of the biggest celebrities to date and, so far, it’s not disappointing. Let’s take a look at what makes these unmasked celebrities so famous.
The Masked Singer wasn’t messing around this year when they said they have some of the most famous celebrities to date. The contestants on America’s favorite guessing game are reported to have 85 Grammy nominations, 27 Grammy wins, 12 Emmy nominations, 12 Razzie Award nominations, three Academy Award nominations, two Super Bowl appearances, and two lifetime achievement awards together. The seven unmaskings we’ve already seen have been some pretty iconic people, so I can’t wait to see who the other nine celebrities are.
How much do you actually know about the seven celebrities that have been revealed? Test your knowledge and take our quiz!
The Masked Singer Premieres “All-Time Countdown” on Different Day
The Masked Singer took a brief hiatus to make way for The World Series on FOX this week. Instead of premiering a new episode on their normal date and time, the series aired “All-Time Countdown” of their greatest performances. Throughout the episode, they counted down the Top 10 acts ever, and gave more clues for the current season.
Within the episode Miss Masky finally came out to play, giving us additional clues for each celebrity and addressed rumors about her relationship to Jenny McCarthy.
The end of this exciting special premiered the newest wildcard in The Masked Singer, Beach Ball. Unfortunately, Beach Ball did not give us their first performance. Instead, fans got to see the creation of their intricate design. The only clue we have for this celebrity is that their name matches “beach ball” perfectly. Don’t worry if you missed this special, it will air once again on Tuesday Nov. 2 at 9 p.m. ET.
The Masked Singer season 6 will return to FOX for more performances and unmaskings on Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. ET.