The Masked Singer Season 4 Welcomes Jellyfish, Squiggly Monster & Lips

So we're guessing that FOX's The Masked Singer is going to keep rolling out the intros until they run out of masks (or until the fourth season preview set for this Sunday, September 13), because on Wednesday viewers had a chance to get up close and personal with Jellyfish, Squiggly Monster, and Lips. With the series set to premiere on Wednesday, September 23, the three new reveals are now added to a list of season masks that includes previously-revealed Dragon, Giraffe, Sun, two-person competing team Snow Owls, and Popcorn. With Jellyfish, we also have a promo video; and following that, we have full looks at Squiggly Monster and Lips (no videos… yet?):

THE MASKED SINGER (CR: FOX)
THE MASKED SINGER (CR: FOX)

 

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THE MASKED SINGER (© 2020 FOX MEDIA LLC. CR: Michael Becker/FOX)
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THE MASKED SINGER (© 2020 FOX MEDIA LLC. CR: Michael Becker/FOX)
THE MASKED SINGER (© 2020 FOX MEDIA LLC. CR: Michael Becker/FOX)

But just in case you need further convincing to check out this Sunday's preview for the return of FOX's The Masked Singer, check out the following Group A preview:

Here's a look back at the preview video showcasing our other contestants this season, also: Gremlin, Broccoli, Seahorse, Mushroom, Whatchamacallit, and Baby Alien. The contestants have sold more than 281 million records worldwide combined, appeared in more than 5,475 episodes of television and 151 films, appeared in five NFL Super Bowls, have four stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and one made the Time 100 Most Influential list.

In July, a teaser was released that contained a ton of clues to get viewers' "dumpster fires of speculation" blazing. A queen bee? Mushrooms on what looks like a salad? A UFO? A diamond in a baseball catcher's glove? Old John Lennon-like glasses? Two old hotel room keys, one with a "34" on it? A  bowtie? There are so many that we missed, but you can catch them all (non-Pokemon-style) in the teaser below (make sure to listen to what host Nick Cannon and panelists Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger, and Robin Thicke had to say):

Looking beyond the main series, executive producer Craig Plestis also had some updates on the live-tour and potential spinoff series during a recent interview. "The live tour will come back once the restrictions are lifted, so we're looking forward to whenever that day happens," explained Plestis. "As for 'I Can See Your Voice,' I'm looking forward to getting that on air. Ken [Jeong] is our host on that show. He's just so incredible, and I can't wait to bring that to life, and have America see it when the time is ready. As for 'Masked Dancer,' we're hoping that will see the light of day at some point in time, as well. We're working on some creative right now, as to what that would look like, so stay tuned, and we'll have more updates to come."

About Ray Flook

Serving as Television Editor since 2018, Ray began five years earlier as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought on board as staff in 2017.

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