Who is Beach Ball from The Masked Singer?

THE Masked Singer is a singing competition featuring contestants disguised in various costumes.

The contestant with the least amount of votes each episode has to reveal themselves but fans are already speculating who Beach Ball is.

Who is Beach Ball from The Masked Singer?

The Masked Singer's Beach Ball has red, white and blue stripes with orange eyebrows, thick eyelashes and red lips. They are placed on a beach with starfish, a seagull and seashells.

As of Wednesday, September 22, it is unclear who Beach Ball is as their face and identity have not yet been revealed.

In the first clue posted by maskedsingerfox on Instagram, the picture features two band-aids crossed in an X next to Beach Ball. 

Who are guessing Beach Ball is?

Many fans are guessing there will be a famous puppet underneath the Beach Ball, similar to Kermit the Frog from last season. 

Another common guess is Miss Piggy considering she has blue eyes and voluminous eyelashes. Some are guessing it could be Elmo.

Fans will have to wait until their performance at the season premiere to figure out more and hear their voice.

What’s different about this season of The Masked Singer?

This season, the panelists can reveal contestants' identities if they feel confident enough in a featured Take It Off buzzer.

There are at least 15 different contestants as seen below:

  • Beach Ball
  • Skunk
  • Queen of Hearts
  • Pepper
  • Octopus
  • Mother Nature
  • Mallard
  • Jester
  • Hamster
  • Dalmatian
  • Cupcake
  • Caterpillar
  • Bull
  • Banana Split
  • Baby

Nick Cannon remains on as host.

Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke will all return as judges.

Season six of the show premieres on Wednesday and Thursday, September 22-23 on Fox at 8pm. 

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