With one of The Masked Singer contestants already revealed, we still have five more costumed celebrities to decode from the first episode. Next we're looking into the Monster. Though he lost his match-up with the Unicorn, the Monster gave a dynamic performance last night.\n\nDo you know who is behind the mask? Let's take a look at what we know about the Monster already:\n\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=i1JYJok6KOM\nWeek 1 Clues\nHeight: 5'8"\n\nWeakness: Misunderstood\n\nPre-Show Clues: First, a tape deck that has "GHETTO" and "BOO!!!!" in spray paint, with what looks like a 100 emoji and a ghost face on the side. Then, the camera pans to an old school boombox.\n\nEpisode 1 Clues: The Monster says he's been labelled by the world and is here to "rewrite his mix tape." He said he was at the top of his game "but the game turned on me." The Monster then took a break but now he's here to set the record straight. When asked if he is a professional singer, The Monster responded "Not to everyone."\n\nEpisode 1 Song: "Don't Stop Me Now" by Queen\n\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=X9-TNuJ5YQQ\nWeek 3 Clues\nPre-Show Clues: None, the Monster was left out of this video.\n\nEpisode 3 Clues:\u00a0The Monster says after the last episode, he took a drive up from the South in his Cadillac. Then it shows the Monster in New York. While making it rain, he says he\u2019s \u201cback in the swing of things.\u201d The shot also has two guys in the background, one wearing a top hat and one with gold teeth. The Monster says he\u2019s celebrating and getting his mind right. He then says his performance is \u201cgonna be fireeeee!\u201d When asked for an addition clue, the Monster just replied, \u201cI like to keep my head in the game.\u201d\n\nEpisode 3 Song: "I Don't Want to Be" by Gavin DeGraw\n\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=NZf1RQUlLcs\nWeek 6 Clues\nPre-Show Clues: The Monster's clue in the video was a skateboard's wheel spinning.\u00a0The Masked Singer\u00a0website\u00a0says he "loves to play all kinds of Games."\n\nEpisode 6 Clues:\u00a0The Monster said he\u2019s had his share of dark days but he\u2019s \u201cfought his demons.\u201d He\u2019s discovered the little teddy bear he is at heart. At this point, he\u2019s sitting at a bar, while a bartender wearing a top hat dances He is then shown throwing money and breaking it down dancing in front of a video game \u201cLEVEL COMPLETED\u201d graphic. The Monster then says he\u2019ll \u201cswing back.\u201d The video ends with \u201cGAME OVER\u201d text taking over the screen. After his performance, the Monster\u2019s revealing item was a headset. He said, \u201cI make my best calls on this headset.\u201d\n\nEpisode 6 Song: \u201cAmerican Woman\u201d by Lenny Kravitz\nWeek 7 Clues\nEpisode 7 Clues: The Monster said being here has given him a chance to bring his true voice to the world. When he was a little monster growing up down South, he had to stay inside \u201cbecause it was too dangerous out.\u201d But when he discovered he had a gift, the Monster started \u201cliving the good life.\u201d He even started winning awards! Then, out of nowhere, people started saying he wasn\u2019t the real deal. It took him a while to realize that he couldn\u2019t be a bad boy for life, he said while police sirens go off. So he decided to step back into the ring! The Monster said he\u2019s \u201ccoming out swinging\u201d as he danced in bright blue shoes. After his performance, he adds that his shoe size is 12.\n\nEpisode 7 Song: \u201cI Love Rock N' Roll\u201d by Joan Jett & the Blackhearts\n\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=D2truKaPdAk\nSemifinals Clues\nEpisode 8 Clues: The Monster kicks off by saying he\u2019s \u201cnever cared about the rules of the game.\u201d He learned the hard way that it only takes one slip to lose your place in the world. The Monster has been \u201cvilified and persecuted for sounding like a ringtone.\u201d Putting on a front made him angry, but after some soul searching, he was ready for something new. He said this has finally brought him the comeback he\u2019s been wanting for a decade.\n\nEpisode 8 Song: \u201cStay With Me\u201d by Sam Smith\nOur Prediction (POSSIBLE SPOILERS)\n\nT-Pain (Honorable Mentions: Ludacris, Ne-Yo, T.I., and Ice Cube)\n\nWe've gotta start with the obvious height comparison, which is a match here. T-Pain was known for using auto-tune in his music so that could be why he says not everyone calls him a singer.\u00a0And the "misunderstood" line? Well auto-tune explains that too, as it distorts the voice. He also actually has some impressive pipes! T-Pain would be returning after quite the break from music too. His most recent song to chart was in 2012. The old school boomboxes and references could just be a tribute to the fact that he is part of an older segment of the rap game.\n\nIn his second appearance, the Monster's identity as T-Pain was further confirmed. He is from Florida, which explains the drive from the South to a big city. The men in the background wearing a top hat and gold teeth are reminiscent of T-Pain's look when he rose to fame. And while the "keep my head in the game" clue led many people to believe the Monster could be Corbin Bleu from High School Musical, we actually think it refers to the fact that T-Pain is an avid gamer! He frequently streams himself playing video games on Twitch.\n\nWeek 6 was all about gaming clues for The Monster. As we mentioned last week, the headset points to T-Pain's Twitch streams, as do all the other video game-related hints we got. He also had a short-lived skateboarding career, which explains that clue! T-Pain's signature top hat is around again and the whole scene at the bar is a nod to his popular hit song "Bartender." Everything is just lining up too perfectly at this point!\n\nIn Week 7, the Monster talks about growing up in the South. We know that T-Pain is from Florida. The Monster also mentions people saying he wasn't the real deal. T-Pain is known for his use of auto-tune, leading to people questioning his true musical abilities. He later talks about winning awards and living the good life. T-Pain won a Grammy for "The Good Life" with Kanye West. Come on. It's too easy!\nLatest Clues Decoded\nThe Monster shared even more details leading to T-Pain in the Semifinals. He talking about the "rules of the game" and made allusions to video games again. He also talks about sounding like a "ringtone." Well, T-Pain was called the king of ringtones, after being the top-selling artist for them in 2007. The Monster also mentioned he's been waiting for his comeback for a decade. Again, the last time T-Pain was nominated for an award was in 2010, so almost exactly a decade ago.