Bringing the fun and festivities to The Masked Singer season 2 is the Tree. Her fun personality and wacky costume make her a blast to watch on stage. I mean, who doesn’t love a Christmas tree made out of hula hoops and tinsel? Plus the face isn’t creepy at all.
But anyway, here are the clues and performances from the Tree so far.
Clues On ‘The Masked Singer’
In the premiere episode, the Tree is seen in storage box #30. She talks about being around seasonally and being a “Christmas star.” She is also seen on a black and white TV. The Tree says she can “dish it out” and talks about cooking, leading the judges to speculate she may be a chef. She says she’s an “old-school entertainer” who can “do it all.” The Tree is here to “jazz up” the show! Her voice has a Southern twang to it when she talks too.
Popular Guesses On ‘The Masked Singer’
Ken and Nicole guessed Beverly D’Angelo from “Christmas Vacation.” Nicole also threw out Zooey Deschanel and Rachael Ray as options. Jenny guesseed Wendi McLendon-Covey from The Goldbergs! The predictions online ranged from Rachael Ray and Paula Deen to Trisha Yearwood and Martha Stewart.
Our Prediction And Possible Spoilers
Because the predictions for the Tree were all over the place, it was harder to narrow this one down. BUT we think that her true identity is Ana Gasteyer. Ana happens to be releasing a Christmas album this year, which ties in to her seasonal costume. She also released a jazz album, which was alluded to when she said she wanted to “jazz up” her career. The baking clues can be linked to her roles as Martha Stewart and Margaret Jo McCullin on SNL. Who could forget “schweddy balls” after all? That was also from a Christmas-themed sketch! The only we couldn’t decode was the “30,” but it’s possible that wasn’t a clue at all. Everything else adds up perfectly so we’ve gotta go with Ana.
If you want to know more about the other costumes on The Masked Singer, here’s where you can check out our other “Spoilers, Clues & Predictions” pages: Butterfly, Thingamajig, Skeleton, Rottweiler, Ladybug