The Masked Singer Reveals For Season 10: We Can’t Believe [Spoiler] Was Unmasked

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Whether you were spot-on or wildly off-base, The Masked Singer reveals for Season 10 have not disappointed, and we have the details for each Masked Singer Season 10 cast member revealed so far. (We’re still not over Diver’s identity.)

The Masked Singer—also abbreviated as TMS—is Fox’s reality TV singing competition series, in which celebrities compete against each other in performances while wearing head-to-toe costumes and face masks to conceal their identities. Throughout the season, a panel of judges guess the celebrities’ identities based on their voices and clues provided before and after each performance. Each week, the contestant with the least amount of votes from the studio audience is eliminated and takes off their masks to reveal their identities.

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The series, which premiered in 2019, is based on South Korea’s King of the Mask Singer, which follows a similar format. Since the premiere of The King of the Mask Singer in 2015, The Masked Singer has expanded to dozens of countries across the world including France, the United Kingdom, Australia, and Brazil.

“It was flypaper TV right from the get-go,” The Masked Singer executive producer Craig Plestis told The Hollywood Reporter in 2019 about why he wanted to produce the show in the United States. “I just knew right away this was a special show. It was unbelievable in its appeal — and the game play, spectacle, family-viewing…[and] it was this huge hit in Asia…. If we do the job here, it should work here.”

Plestis also explained how he convinced Fox to greenlight The Masked Singer for a first season. “From the get-go, Fox asked how we were going to cast this. They were firm in saying, ‘We’re not going to do the show unless you get unbelievable talent for the show,’” he said. “It has to be recognizable names. When the masks come off, everyone has to recognize that face — or they have to have some huge credibility, either in sports, in entertainment, TV, film, music. Some people were easy to cast. They saw the potential of the show.”

He continued, “They loved the idea of being behind a mask and no one knowing who they were, and showing off the talent that no one knew that they even had. They got it right away. Some people said no. In the end, we got great names, and all of them are big in their field in one way or another. The stats that we have, between the Grammy winners [and other achievements], is really phenomenal. When we started putting together and looked at all the awards all these people have won, we realized we just don’t have one or two great people; we have 12 great people.”

But back to The Masked Singer reveals for Season 10. Read on for which Masked Singer Season 10 cast members revealed so far and who’s under each mask. (Can’t wait for the reveals? Check out our Masked Singer spoilers for Season 10 here.)

1. The Masked Singer reveals for Season 10

Want to know who Rubber Ducky, Diver, and more contestants are? Keep reading for The Masked Singer reveals for Season 10 so far.

2. Rubber Ducky – Anthony Anderson (Week 1)

Went home: Week 1

Revealed: Anthony Anderson

Anthony Anderson, an actor best known for the TV series Black-ish, was revealed as Rubber Ducky on The Masked Singer Season 10 in Episode 1. Read on for the clues that support Anthony Anderson as Rubber Ducky.

He tried stand-up comedy. (Week 1)

  • In an episode of the 2020 reality series, The Cabin, Anderson revealed that he “failed miserably” at his first time doing stand-up comedy. “The first time I attempted stand up, failed miserably. The first two people who got up were horrible and I heckled them, and I was fucking hysterical as a heckler. The next name they called on the list was mine. I was given the mic and literally seven seconds into me saying, “Hey, what’s going on?” they shut my mic off.

“I can say I made my way solitarily. Great crowd tonight. Let’s get it… Oh no, no, no, no, behind everything I do is my family. You know it. So now that you see, here we go! A little more about me. Bring it home, gentlemen. I’ll quack my way to the finale.” (Week 1)

Fancy mansion (Week 1)

“My family is full of stars. Check out the headshot.” (Week 1)

  • Anderson played Andre “Dre” Johnson Sr. in Black-ish, a sitcom following an upper-class Black family loosely based on creator Kenya Barris’ own family. The series also starred Traci Ellis Ross and Yara Shahidi.

3. Diver – Tom Sandoval (Week 2)

Sent home: Week 2

Revealed: Tom Sandoval

Tom Sandoval, a reality TV star best known for the series Vanderpump Rules, was revealed as Diver on The Masked Singer Season 10 in Episode 2. Read on for the clues that support Tom Sandoval as Diver.

“Diving into a completely different persona feels like a nice escape. I’ve been everyone’s favorite person to hate, and to be honest, I get it.” (Week 1)

He’s become “scapegoat for every bad dude they’ve ever known.” (Week 1)

He’s “getting to share my voice without the preconceived notion of who I am.” (Week 1)

  • Sandoval became one of the most hated reality TV stars in history in 2023 after news broke that he cheated on his girlfriend of nine years and Vanderpump Rules co-star, Ariana Madix, with their other co-star, Raquel Leviss. The drama played out in Season 10 of Vanderpump Rules.

He’s made mistakes but he “did it for love” (Week 1)

  • In the Vanderpump Rules Season 10 finale, Sandoval and Leviss admitted that they loved each other. The moment came after Sandoval told Leviss that his family “loved her,” but Leiss mistakenly thought he said, “I love you.” “I love you too,” Levis said, to which Sandoval responded, “I said they love you. But I love you too.”

Newspaper with headline “Extra! Extra! Read all about it.” (Week 1)

  • Sandoval became a tabloid sensation in 2023 when news broke of his affair with Leviss.

Compass pointing to “MW.” (Week 1)

  • Sandoval is from the midwest and was born in St. Louis, Missouri.

“11 million eyes on Diver.” (Week 1)

  • Deadline reported in 2023 that Vanderpump Rules was one of cable’s most-watched series with more than 11.4 million total viewers for Season 10.

“The more people talk about my business, the more I want them out of it.” (Week 1)

  • After news of his affair broke with Leviss, Sandoval’s bar, Schwartz & Sandy’s, which he co-owns with his Vanderpump Rules co-star, Tom Schwartz, was inundated with negative reviews. Sandoval responded to the reviews in a statement on his Instagram at the time. “Hey, I fully understand and deserve ur anger & disappointment towards me, but please leave Schwartz, my friends and family out of this situation,” he wrote. “Schwartz specifically only found out about this very recently, and most definitely did not condone my actions. This was a very personal thing. Also, Schwartz & Sandy’s might have my name on it, but also there are 3 other partners and 20 employees, who especially rely on the restaurant for income for them and their families. Just like TomTom, I’m a small part of a much bigger thing. Please direct ur anger towards me and not them. They did nothing wrong.”

4. Pickle (Week 3)

Sent home: Week 3

Revealed: Michael Rapaport

Michael Rapaport, an actor and comedian, was revealed as Pickle on The Masked Singer Season 10 in Episode 3. Read on for the clues that support Michael Rapaport as Pickle.

He reached “massive success, rubbing elbows with some of the most famous people on earth” such as Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorsese, and Martin Short. (Week 2)

  • Rapaport starred in the 1993 movie, True Romance, which was written by Quentin Tarantino. Rapaport has also interviewed Martin Scorsese for his podcast, “I Am Rapaport: Stereo Podcast.” Rapaport also starred alongside Martin Short in Season 2 of the Hulu series Only Murders in the Building.

“When I was a young gherkin, all my teachers thought I was nothin’ — said I was a hyper, disruptive kid who had no interest in anything but sports” (Week 2)

  • Rapaport is a reporter for Fox Sports and covers the BIG3 basketball league formed by Ice Cube. He also narrates the WWE 365 series on WWE Network.

Recording mic + headphones (Week 2)

  • Rapaport has hosted his podcast “I Am Rapaport: Stereo Podcast” since 2014.

His mouth still gets him into “beef” (Week 2)

  • Rapaport has feuded with several stars including NBA player Kevin Durant and Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore.

5. Royal Hen (Week 4)

Sent home: Week 4

Revealed: Billie Jean King

Bilie Jean King, a former professional tennis player, was revealed as Royal Hen on The Masked Singer Season 10 in Episode 4. Read on for the clues that support Billie Jean King as Royal Hen.

“For the first time ever, the Royal Hen is set to hold court. A true trailblazer, she is famous for championing equal opportunities for all and has made it her royal mission to be a voice for the voiceless.” (Week 4)

Her road to success “wrought with prejudice” but she was “no chicken” and “entered the ring bravely” (Week 4)

  • King is a world number-one tennis player. She’s also an advocate for gender equality and has long been a pioneer for equality and social justice.

She proved to her “90 million subjects” that she was worth of her title. (Week 4)

  • King competed in the “Battle of the Sexes” match against Bobby Riggs in 1973, which she won. The match was viewed by an estimated 90 million people in 37 countries across the world.

She’s shown fighting and beating a giant bear (Week 4)

  • King suffered a neck injury before the US Open in 1979 due to a bear hug with a friend the day before her match with Chris Evert.

Eiffel Tower (Week 4)

  • King was awarded France’s Legion of Honour in 2022, the 50th anniversary of her winning the French Open in 1972.

6. Hawk (Week 5)

Sent home: Week 5

Revealed: Tyler Posey

Tyler Posey, an actor best known for the TV series Teen Wolf, was revealed as Hawk on The Masked Singer Season 10 in Episode 5. Read on for the clues that support Tyler Posey as Hawk.

“As a young bird, I was always hanging out with adults and grew up pretty fast into the family business.” (Week 4)

  • Posey was nine years old when he starred in his first TV series, Doc, in 2001. His father, John Sanford Posey, is also an actor who has starred in TV series like How to Get Away With Murder, Seinfeld, Cheers, and Dallas.

He was a “total reject” until he heard a sound that changed his life “in the blink of an eye.” (Week 4)

  • Posey cited Blink-182’s 1999 album, Enema of the State, as one of the first albums he ever owned in an interview with Louder Sound in 2018. He also collaborated with Blink-182’s drummer Travis Barker on his song “Shut Up” in 2021. Posey has also covered several Blink-182 songs including “Aliens Exist.” He also has “Dick Lips” tattooed on him in honor of Blink-182’s song title.

Full moon (Week 4)

  • Posey starred as Scott McCall, a teenage werewolf, on the TV series Teen Wolf from 2011 to 2017.

“Greetings from New York” postcard (Week 4)

  • Posey starred with Jennifer Lopez in the 2002 movie Maid in Manhattan set in New York City.

Photo of Miley Cyrus. “Just like the great Elton John, I, too, have collaborated with Miley Cyrus and I loved every second of it.” (Week 4)

  • Posey worked with Miley Cyrus in the TV series Doc, which also starred Miley’s father, Billy Ray Cyrus, as the lead character, Dr. Clint “Doc” Cassidy. Posey was a series regular and played the character Raul Garcia. Cyrus appeared as a guest character in three episodes. Posey also revealed that he dated Miley when he was 9 and she was 7 in an interview with Entertainment Tonight in 2015. “We were so damn young,” he recalled, adding, “I would get excited when we would hold hands,” Posey said, revealing that the two were together for two years as “boyfriend and girlfriend.” He also revealed that he had his first kiss with Miley. “She was herself at seven years old. She knew who she was,” he said. “I never met anyone like that at my age.”

“Not too long ago, someone close to me lost her battle with cancer. She was my support system and my best friend.” (Week 5)

Mama Hawk that says “I will always love you, come see me.” (Week 5)

  • Posey’s mother, Cyndi Garcia, died after a four-year battle with breast cancer on December 12, 2014. She was 55 years old. “She was my best friend,” Posey told People in 2016. “She was the glue that held our family together.” Posey’s mother homeschooled him and served as his business manager when he was a child actor.

The word “teen” with slash marks going through it. (Week 5)

  • Posey is best known for playing Scott McCall on the MTV series Teen Wolf.

A stethoscope (Week 5)

  • Posey starred on PAX TV’s medical drama Doc from 2001 to 2004.

7. Hibiscus (Week 6)

Sent home: Week 6

Revealed: Luann de Lesseps

Luann de Lesseps, a reality TV star best known for The Real Housewives of New York City, was revealed as Hibiscus on The Masked Singer Season 10 in Episode 6. Read on for clues that support de Lesseps as Hibiscus.

She was approached in a cafe and told she looked like Sharon Stone. (Week 6)

  • De Lesseps once did a Sharon Stone impersonation at an Italian award show in the 1990s, where she wore a curly, blonde wig and a sparkly black gown as she pretended to steal an award. In the audience were actors like Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger. De Lesseps also revealed in her book, Class With the Countess, that she was once approached in Rome by a man who thought she was Sharon Stone. “I was sitting at a cafe in Rome with a friend when a man came up to me and asked if I knew who Sharon Stone was,” she wrote. “He told me that he needed someone to play Sharon Stone and asked me if I could do it. At first, I thought, ‘He’s putting me on,’ but then I realized he was serious.”

“From there I hobnobbed with royalty, everyone from David Bowie to Sir Elton John, and eventually I blossomed into who I am today — minus a few pitfalls, falling outs, and a husband or two.” (Week 6)

  • De Lesseps has been married twice. She married her first husband, Alexandre de Lesseps, from 1993 to 2009. She married her second husband, Tom D’Agostino Jr., from 2016 to 2017.

Pop-up of Count Dracula (Week 6)

  • De Lesseps’ ex–husband, Alexandre de Lesseps is a count. As his wife, de Lesseps was a countess.

Statue of Liberty (Week 6)

  • De Lesseps is best known as a cast member on the Bravo reality TV series The Real Housewives of New York City. 

8. Cuddle Monster (Week 7)

Sent home: Week 7

Revealed: Metta World Peace

Metta World Peace, a retired NBA player whose real name is Metta Sandiford-Artest, was revealed as Cuddle Monster on The Masked Singer Season 10 in Episode 7. Read on for clues that support Metta World Peace as Cuddle Monster.

He’s a “generational talent” with “sponsorship deals, sneakers, even a record or two.” (Week 7)

  • Metta released his first album, My World, in 2006. The album features guest artists including P. Diddy, Juvenila, Mike Jones, Big Kap, Nature, and Capone.

Light-up globe with “champ” (Week 7)

  • Meta was a professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Lakers when the team won the NBA Finals championship in 2010.

Wall Street bull (Week 7)

  • Meta played for the Chicago Bulls from 1999 to 2002.

9. S’More (Week 8)

Sent home: Week 8

Revealed: Ashley Parker Angel

Ashley Parker Angel, a singer and a former member of the boy band O-Town, is our best guess for S’More on The Masked Singer Season 10. Read on for the clues that support Ashley Parker Angel as S’More.

“Gather around campers for the tale of the swashbuckling S’more. Just like this many-layered dessert forged in fire, my life has been all about blazing my own trail.” (Week 1)

  • Parker Angel was a member of the band O-Town from 1999 to 2003. After O-Town’s breakup, Parker Angel released his first solo album, Soundtrack to Your Life, in 2006. The first single from the album, “Let U Go,” peaked at number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100, making Parker Angel the most successful soloist from O-Town.

He started on a “rocket to fame” from “obscurity to major heartthrob status in a matter of weeks.” (Week 1)

  • O-Town was among the groups a part of the heartthrob boy band craze in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The group was formed on Season 1 of the ABC series, Making the Band, which made the members instantly famous. In an interview with Angel Parker in August 2023, The Sun referred to the singer as a “noughties pop heartthrob.”

“Hung up my cape” & Chicago deep dish pizza (Week 1)

  • Parker Angel starred as Todd in the 2011 movie, Pizza Man, in which Freddie Muniz played Matt Burns, also known as Pizza Man, a pizza delivery boy who becomes a superhero after he eats a genetically-engineered tomato that gives him superpowers.

“Tips” jar on a snowy mountain (Week 1)

  • In 2023, Parker Angel was a guest on Lance Bass’ podcast, “Frosted Tips,” which interviews former boy band members. Bass and Parker Angel also starred together int the Broadway musical Hairspray from 2007 to 2008.

Christmas tree with an angel on top (Week 1)

  • His last name is “Angel.”

“Years down the road, I conquered the Broadway stage — a lifelong goal” (Week 2)

Witch’s cauldron (Week 2)

  • Parker Angel made his Broadway debut as Link Larkin in Hairspray from 2007 to 2008. He also played Fiyero in Wicked on Broadway from 2017 to 2018.

Old timey TV with an “M” (Week 2)

“I’ve tasted victory before and it’s so sweet. I hope to do so again here at The Masked Singer.” (Week 2)

  • O-Town was formed on Season 1 of Making the Band in 2000, which Parker Angel competed on.

“[The 2000s], my decade, baby! Hanging out on the set of TRL, my music videos playing on MTV, and most importantly, the birth of my child.” (Week 3)

  • Parker Angel’s first child, son Lyric Lennon Parker Angel, was born in 2005. Parker Angel shares Lyric with his ex-fiancee Tiffany Lynn Rowe.

Can of hairspray (Week 3)

  • Parker Angel played Link Larken in the Broadway musical Hairspray from 2007 to 2008.

Blue sunglasses (Week 3)

  • Parker Angel released the song “Shades of Blue” from his album Soundtrack to Your Life in 2006.

10. Tiki (Week 9)

Sent home: Week 9

Revealed: Sebastian Bach

Sebastian Bach, a singer and a former member of the band Skid Row, was revealed as Tiki on The Masked Singer Season 10 in Episode 9. Read on for the clues that support Sebastian Bach as Tiki.

Tiki imagery (Week 4)

  • Bach was born in the Bahamas.

Package themed like an MTV show titled “Behind the Tiki” (Week 4)

  • Bach competed in the MTV reality TV competition series Celebrity Rap Superstar in 2007, where he came in third place. He also appeared on MTV’s Cribs in 2000.

Monkey with a birthday hat (Week 4)

  • Skid Row released the song “Monkey Business” from the album Slave to the Grind in 1991.

Alarm clock with the word “Snooze” (Week 4)

  • The composer Johann Sebastian Bach’s compositions are often used as classical music ringtones and alarm sounds for smart phones.

He was a “stiff drink with a loose mouth” and got in trouble because of it. His friend, Pineapple, told him that he rubbed people the wrong way, so many people wanted to “rum punch him in the face.” (Week 4)

  • Bach has been involved in several controversies. In 1989, he wore a T-shirt that read “AIDS Kills Fags Dead,” a play on the tagline for the brand Raid. “That was really stupid and wrong for me to wear that for one-half hour in my life. What nobody brings up is in 2000, when I was in ‘Jekyll & Hyde,’ and at an auction for Broadway Cares, I donated $12,000 of my own money to fight AIDS,” Bach said of the controversy in an interview with Orlando Weekly in 2003.

He used to party until 6 a.m., now now that’s the time his alarm goes off to take his kid to school. (Week 5)

  • Bach’s youngest child, daughter Sebastiana, was born in 2007. She would be around 16 or 17 years old at the time of The Masked Singer Season 10.

Piano (Week 5)

  • Composer Johann Sebastian Bach, who Bach was named after, is known for piano compositions and keyboard works such as “Goldberg Variations” and “The Well-Tempered Clavier.”

Beer (Week 5)

  • Johann Sebastian Bach, who Bach was named after, was also known drinking beer. In the 2001 book, Johann Sebastian Bach: The Learned Musician, author Christoph Wolff claimed that “Bach’s 18 groschen would buy thirty-two quarts of beer at retail price.” Bach drank so much beer that there’s even a website, BachBeer.com, that analyzes classical music through beer goggles.

Five tropical tiki drinks (Week 5)

  • The five tiki drinks represent Bach, his wife Suzanne Le, and his three kids: sons Paris and London and daughter Sebastiana with his ex-wife Maria Aquinar.

11. Husky (Week 9)

Sent home: Week 9

Revealed: Ginuwine

Ginuwine, an R&B singer best known for songs like “Pony,” was revealed as Husky on The Masked Singer Season 10 in Episode 9. Read on for the clues that support Ginuwine as Husky.

Mother Nature from The Masked Singer Season 6 (Week 4)

  • Vivica A. Fox was revealed as Mother Nature on The Masked Singer Season 6. Ginuwine and Fox starred together in the 2002 movie Juwanna Mann and the 2015 movie Chocolate City.

Chocolate bar (Week 4)

  • Ginuwine starred in the 2015 movie Chocolate City.

He had a “strange effect on the female species” who would their their “underthings” on stage. 

Dogs going crazy for Husky on stage and dog collars thrown on stage (Week 4)

  • Ginuwine told The New York Post in 2004 about how women would often throw their underwear on stage at him while he was performing. “That’s a good thing. That’s how some ladies show their appreciation for what I do. I don’t call for it. Sometimes it happens, and sometimes it doesn’t. It’s a chain reaction. Once one pair of panties hits the stage, others follow,” he said. When asked if he considered creating a lingerie line, Ginuwine responded, “I’d really like to do that. It would be unusual, something different.”

Despite the attention, Husky was “totally loyal — a family dog” (Week 4)

  • Ginuwine started dating his wife, Tonya M. Johnston, also known as Sole, in 1999. They married in 2003 and welcomed two daughters: Story, born in 2002; and Dream, born in 2002.

Dogs going crazy for Husky on stage and dog collars thrown on stage (Week 4)

  • Ginuwine’s 1996 song, “Pony,” experienced a resurgence in popularity in 2012 after it was featured in the movie Magic Mike about male strippers. It was also used in its sequels Magic Mike XXL and Magic Mike’s The Last Dance. The dog collars in Husky’s clue package could be symbolic of women throwing dollars or underwear at the male strippers in Magic Mike. Ginuwine also starred in the 2015 movie Chocolate City also about male strippers.

Red rose (Week 5)

  • The title of Ginuwine’s 1996 debut album is Ginuwine… The Bachelor.

“Aw man, I actually had a feeling I’d be the Hufflepuff because of my connection to Mr. Puff himself, P. Diddy.” (Week 5)

  • Giinuwine was featured on P. Diddy’s 2002 song “I Need a Girl (Part Two),” which also features Loon, Mario Winans, and Tammy Ruggeri.

12. Candelabra (Week 10)

Sent home: Week 10

Revealed: Keyshia Cole

Keyshia Cole, an R&B singer best known for songs like “Let It Go,” was revealed as Candelabra on The Masked Singer Season 10 in Episode 10. Read on for the clues that support Keyshia Cole as Candelabra.

At 12 years old, Candelabra called performers from her hometown and begged them to give her a chance. (Week 6)

  • When she was 12 years old, Cole recorded with MC Hammer, whom she was introduced to by her brother, Sean, who went by the stage name Nutt-So. MC Hammer and Cole are both from the same hometown of Oakland, California.

Painting of California (Week 6)

  • Cole was born and raised in Oakland, California

The word “princess” (Week 6)

  • Cole is often referred to by critics as the “Princess of Hip-Hop Soul” for her distinct and soulful voice.

A picture of Candelabra with a blue butterfly on it (Week 6)

  • Cole’s 2023 single, “Forever Is a Thing,” starts with a lyric about a butterfly. “Butterfly in the sky, flies so high / Reflection in my eyes, shines so bright.”

Phone call to Kevin Hart (Week 6)

  • Cole is close friends with Kevin Hart was seen with him, Nelly, Duane Martin, The Game, and other celebrities at a party in Beverly Hills in 2013.

“I think I get my fighting spirit from my childhood. Growing up, I had to be tough. My mom was in and out of my life and I was on my own a lot until some family friends took me in.” (Week 7)

  • Cole told the story of her mother Frankie Lons’ struggle with drug addiction in her 2023 Lifetime biopic, Keyshia Cole: This Is My Story. Lons died of an accidental fentanyl overdose on her 61st birthday on July 18, 2021. “This is like my way of making peace with a lot of things,” Cole told People in 2023. I was able to relive those moments and make peace with it all. That was my goal.” Another goal, she says, is the hope that the movie “helps people.”

Dancing shoes (Week 7)

  • Cole was featured with Sean Paul on the song “(When You Gonna) Give It Up to Me” on the soundtrack of the 2006 dance movie Step Up.

13. Anteater (Week 10)

Sent home: Week 10

Revealed: John Oates

John Oates, a singer best known as a member of the duo Hall & Oates, was revealed Anteater on The Masked Singer Season 10 in Episode 10. Read on for the clues that support John Oates as Anteater.

Anteater theme (Week 6)

  • Hall & Oates’ 1982 single, “Maneater,” is an anagram of Anteater.

Box with a blue eye (Week 6)

  • Hall & Oates 10th studio album is titled Private Eyes, which is also the title of the first track from the album.

“There was a time when I performed in front of 40 percent of the entire world.” (Week 6)

  • In 1985, Hall & Oates performed at Live Aid, a benefit concert that was watched by an estimated 1.9 billion people in 150 countries, which amounted to almost 40 percent of the world’s population.

“I gave up rock and roll for a farm then fell in love” (Week 6)

“All the signs were telling me I had to get away and take it easy, so I traded the fancy houses for a chicken coop and my entourage became a donkey named Jasper” (Week 6)

  • With his wife, Aimee Oates, Oates owned a 4.3-acre ranch in Aspen, Colorado, which had a farm of rescue llamas, alpacas, emus, and peacocks. He put the ranch for sale in 2017.

He was a wrestler in high school (Week 7)

  • Oates was the co-captain of his high school North Penn High School’s wrestling team in his senior year and was a Second 2 champion in the 127 lb (58 kg) weight class. He also turned down a wrestling scholarship and wrestled as a freshman at Temple University.

He drove race cars (Week 7)

  • Oates opened up about his love of racing and cars in an interview with Road and track in 2021. “I grew up in a small town in Pennsylvania, and when I was about four or five, my father took me over to Bob Holbert’s garage. He owned a Volkswagen dealership and was one of the first U.S. dealers to import Porsche cars,” he said. “The first sports car I ever saw was a Porsche.”

14. Who’s left on The Masked Singer Season 10?

Who’s left on The Masked Singer Season 10? Read on for the contestants still left in the competitions and their clues revealed so far.

15. Gazelle

Gazelle is among the contestants left on The Masked Singer Season 10. Read on for Gazelle’s clues so far.

  • “Like a Gazelle, I’ve always leapt head-first into opportunities to be on the stage.” (Week 1)

  • She saw a Broadway show at the age of 6 that inspired her to be a performer. (Week 1)

  • She competed in a “national talent competition” as a teenager (Week 1)

  • Hawaiian shirt (Week 1)

  • Cheer moves (Week 1)

  • “It was super bad, and made me almost swear off singing for good, but music was always my first love” (Week 1)

  • Vinyl record with “movie soundtrack” on it (Week 1)

  • “Not only do I act in movies, I also sing in them.” (Week 1)

  • “I’m ready to tackle the competition because I am feeling right at home here on this stage. There were a lot of times I didn’t know if there was a place for me in the entertainment industry.” (Week 2)

  • She was pressured to change her name at the age of 8 to “blend in more with the heard” (Week 2)

  • “Casting directors couldn’t figure out where I fit because of my unique look.”

  • “Threat level: 3” (Week 2)

  • A test with the “A” grade on it (Week 2)

  • Football with “villain” on it (Week 2)

  • I’m not actually a villain, but I can play the part. Gazelle’s got range!” (Week 2)

16. Cow

Cow is among the contestants left on The Masked Singer Season 10. Read on for Cow’s clues so far.

  • “Cows like me don’t often make it out of their pen. When I was younger I felt destined to stay home and live out a simple life in black and white.” (Week 1)

  • “After that, everything changed. The gift eventually led me to No. 1. I won Grammys, traveled the world, and made hit after hit after hit. I guess you could say I was kind of my own cash cow!” (Week 1)

  • “Two-step coffee” (Week 1)

  • Calendar set on July 4 (Week 1)

  • Las Vegas fridge magnet (Week 1)

  • Strawberry cake with aviator wings (Week 1)

  • “Tonight I’m honored to be part of NFL Night, even though I don’t have many memories of watching the big game with my dad — he wasn’t really around and I didn’t have a lot of positive male role models growing up.” (Week 2)

  • “I’ve always achieved a lot of success in my life but my greatest accomplishment has always been my kids” (Week 2)

  • Boxing gloves with a down arrow on them (Week 2)

  • A photo of his mom with a wizard hat on (Week 2)

  • A crayon drawing of a red heart (Week 2)

17. Donut

Donut is among the contestants left on The Masked Singer Season 10. Read on for Donut’s clues so far.

  • “I’ve been really lucky in my career — I was part of a mega hit that catapulted me to No. 1. But it also put me in a box, and people only associated me with this one rough and tough flavor.” (Week 6)

  • Neon sign with two cowboy boots (Week 6)

  • A badge (Week 6)

  • Bow and arrow (Week 6)

  • He loves theater, “from Chicago to 42nd Street.” (Week 6)

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