'The Masked Singer Australia': All The Biggest Clues From Episode 6
As more singers are unmasked, the clues are becoming shorter, sweeter and even more baffling.
After saying farewell to Prawn on Monday, it was time again for another batch of masks to take to the stage and belt out a performance, accompanied once again by a handful of clues that are supposed to help us figure out who they are.
With Monster, Unicorn, Dragon and Spider performing as a supergroup at the top of the episode, it was time to get to business figuring out who could be under the mask.
And unfortunately for us, our guessing panel are still just as undecided as we are -- except for Hughesy, of course, who is CERTAIN that the celebs are actually the ghosts of dead celebs. Sure, Mark Twain may have died in 1910, but does that REALLY mean he can't be under the Monster mask?
With that in mind, time to dive into the clues for Episode 6.
Spider took to the stage to perform The Cranberries' hit "Zombie", which some of the guessing panel assumed was a clue to her identity. Whatever the case, she absolutely rocked the performance.
What We Know:
- Spider said her initial fame "had a golden aura" and also added that "a dream can come true when you believe anything is possible".
- Spider mentioned that she "likes to hang out with the girls" but was quick to add not all the time. She was flanked by two bodyguards with braids.
- Bringing a netball from home, Spider explained, "I came to teamwork later in my life but I find real happiness in a group of girls".
Judges' Guesses: Sinead O'Connor, Mel C, Jessica Mauboy, Paulini.
Dragon has been one that's made the panel (and the rest of us) really scratch our heads. No closer to figuring out who could be behind the mask, a revitalised Dragon took to the stage to perform Walk the Moon's "Shut Up and Dance"... but was that a bit of a country twang we detect?
What We Know:
- Once again made reference to the west, but added, "I feel welcomed all over the country".
- Dragon revealed "You might not guess but I am built for speed, and I have proved in the past that I also possess artistic balance and poise," and was shown on a gymnastics beam.
- For a second time, Dragon was shown in a kitchen with pots and pans. This time it was insinuated that he had some kind of link to Italian cooking.
- Dragon said he knows how important rain is, adding, "My own personal drought broke in 2008."
- His clue from home was a skateboard which he revealed was how he likes to 'wind-down after gigs around the country'.
Judges' Guesses: Keith Urban, Lee Kernaghan, Adam Brand, Shannon Noll.
Hold onto your heart because if you didn't love Monster already, her performance of Christina Aguilera's "Beautiful" could make you tear up like it did Dannii Minogue and Jackie O. It was -- excuse the pun -- a beautiful showstopper.
What We Know:
- Seen sleeping like a baby monster with her fur all in curlers, Monster said she has dreamt of many things -- including horses and microphones -- but her dreams have come true.
- Was seen bashing out a tune on the piano with the sheet music for Shania Twain's "Still the One" on show.
- While she's the most comfortable in the bush, Monster said, "It's only in the city that the outer me emerges, that is when I can tell the stories I need to tell".
- Like the sheet music, Monster's clue from home was a replica of Shania Twain's "That Don't Impress Me Much" music video. Monster explained, "I have never felt more like myself than when I've acted like someone else."
Judges' Guesses: Kate Ritchie, Vanessa Amorosi, Lisa McCune, Shania Twain.
What a way to end the episode with an absolutely massive performance of Queen Bey's "Crazy in Love" by Unicorn. Once again stumping the guessing panel with her accent, and her worldly, magical clues -- Unicorn still has the panel scratching their horns, er... we mean heads.
What We Know:
- Unicorn said that she isn't 'comfortable' living in our reality, adding that she visits us "very rarely".
- Seen crying over a coffin, Unicorn appeared to be mourning someone or something.
- "Unicorns prefer the forest or cover of night, not your bright sunshine."
- She also brought out her passport as her clue from home, surrounded by the flags of Japan, the UK, US and Australia, Unicorn said her passport "has taken this Unicorn all over the world" adding that those were the places she had her "greatest success".
Judges' Guesses: Cher, Kelly Osbourne, Deni Hines, Anastacia.
'The Masked Singer Australia' airs on Mondays and Tuesdays at 7.30 on 10 and WIN Networks.
Featured image: Network 10.