A grand total of eighteen contestants began competing on The Masked Singer on February – and the number has been whittled down quickly.
As of the April 22 episode, twelve of the celebrity line-up have been unveiled, leaving just six remaining anonymous and in the game.
But who were the 12 that surrendered their masks? Read on to find out.
Robot – Lil Wayne
Rapper Lil Wayne was the first contestant to be revealed, during the Group A kickoff on February 2, following the Super Bowl.
Llama – Drew Carey
Carey (following in the footsteps of former colleague Wayne Brady), the longtime host of Whose Line, was next to go, being unveiled on February 5.
Miss Monster – Chaka Khan
“I’m Every Woman” vocalist Khan was the final member of Group A to be eliminated in the early stages of the competition, being unmasked on February 12.
Elephant – Tony Hawk
Legendary skateboarder was the first member of Group B to lose his head (the masked one), being revealed as the man behind Elephant on February 19.
Dionne Warwick – Mouse
Warwick, following in the path of contemporaries such as Gladys Knight and Patti LaBelle, was hiding under the Mouse mask. The second Group B member to be eliminated, Warwick departed on February 26.
Taco – Tom Bergeron
Longtime Dancing With The Stars and America’s Funniest Home Videos Bergeron was the final Group B member to lose out on the Super 9, being eliminated on March 4.
Bear – Sarah Palin
In one of the show’s most shocking unmaskings, Group C’s rapping Bear was revealed to be former Governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin, on March 11.
Swan – Bella Thorne
Thorne, formerly best known for starring as CeCe Jones in Disney Channel’s Shake It Up, was unveiled as Swan on March 18.
T-Rex – Jojo Siwa
The youngest contestant in the show’s history to date, T-Rex was exposed as dancer and YouTube personality Jojo Siwa on March 25.
White Tiger – Rob Gronkowski
The first of the Super 9 to get the boot, err, paw. White Tiger was revealed to be Gronkowski on April 1, after weeks of online speculation.
Kangaroo – Jordyn Woods
The second of the Super 9 to leave after losing a tense SmacDown to Astronaut, Kangaroo hopped out of the show after being revealed as reality TV star Jordyn Woods.
Banana – Bret Michaels
Michaels, front man of the rock band Poison, is the latest to be revealed, as of writing. He was revealed as Banana on April 22. Michaels was the first Group B member to leave post-Super 9.