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Summer is over, and America’s most important sport is back in season: The Masked Singer.
Season 10 of the strangest competition show on Earth kicked off on September 10 with a special episode featuring a handful of clues about new contestants, as well as performances from alumni including Butterfly (Michelle Williams), Lion (Rumer Willis) and Rabbit (Joey Fatone).

While the new season doesn’t officially start until September 27, the “Season 10 Kickoff” introduced — and unmasked — Anonymouse, who stunned panelists Ken Jeong, Robin Thicke, Nicole Scherzinger and Jenny McCarthy with a performance of Heart’s “What About Love.”
Season 10’s contestants are lucky Anonymouse wasn’t really part of the competition, because there’s no question she would have taken home the Golden Mask. “Anonymouse, you are a pistol and you just blew the roof off this place,” Scherzinger gushed. “Thank you for kicking off season 10. You are a force of nature!”
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Keep scrolling for a complete guide of all the contestant clues from The Masked Singer season 10:
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Summer is over, and America’s most important sport is back in season: The Masked Singer. Season 10 of the strangest competition show on Earth kicked off on September 10 with a special episode featuring a handful of clues about new contestants, as well as performances from alumni including Butterfly (Michelle Williams), Lion (Rumer Willis) and Rabbit (Joey Fatone). While the new season doesn’t officially start until September 27, the “Season 10 Kickoff” introduced — and unmasked — Anonymouse, who stunned panelists Ken Jeong, Robin Thicke, Nicole Scherzinger and Jenny McCarthy with a performance of Heart’s “What About Love.” Season 10’s contestants are lucky Anonymouse wasn’t really part of the competition, because there’s no question she would have taken home the Golden Mask. “Anonymouse, you are a pistol and you just blew the roof off this place,” Scherzinger gushed. “Thank you for kicking off season 10. You are a force of nature!” Keep scrolling for a complete guide of all the contestant clues from The Masked Singer season 10:
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If Anonymouse’s incredibly distinctive voice wasn’t enough to alert the judges to her identity, her clue packages included plenty of hints. She said she was once named on the TIME100 list and has her handprints cemented in the sidewalk outside the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. “My acting career has cemented me as one talented mouse,” she said. “I started working young, but my big break came when I was able to showcase my voice.” 
Visual clues included Nick Jonas, the state of Texas, a dinosaur and a tiara. Anonymouse also revealed that she’s experienced darker moments in her past. “Though my future was looking bright from the outside, I struggled with demons on the inside,” she said. “Eventually, I hit rock bottom. But that was the wakeup call I needed to finally realize I had so much more life to live.” 
She went on to note that the panelists have been incorrectly guessing her since the show debuted. “It’s about time I stopped by,” she quipped. 
Identity: Demi Lovato 
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During the season premiere, Rubber Ducky said he went from “nothing to fame” and started out “pretty humble.” He tried his hand at stand-up comedy before realizing it wasn’t for him, but he’s now “a household name.” Visual clues included a VHS tape that read “The Horror! 3-4” and a photo of Leonardo DiCaprio. His stage clue was an autographed photo of the Ducky family. “My family is full of stars,” he said. “Check out the headshot.”
Identity: Anthony Anderson 
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“Usually, I’m pretty pumped, but lately, I’ve been lost in the abyss,” Diver said during his introduction. “I might be the most hated creature in the ocean right now.” 
In the season 10 premiere, Diver’s first clue package hinted that he’s been through a major scandal. “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,” he said. “I’m the first to admit I’ve made mistakes but, honestly, I did it for love. It hurts when I get judged by people who’ve never even met me, and I become a scapegoat for every bad dude they’ve ever known. But I’m hoping all that will melt away when I hit the stage. Getting to share my voice without the preconceived notion of who I am is really what I need right now. So, tonight, I’m really getting my head in the game because I’m not ready to go back to the real world just yet.” 
Diver’s visual clues included a compass pointing in the direction “MW” and a suit of armor decorated with lion insignia. His final clue was the phrase “11 million eyes on Diver” written across a magazine cover. “The more people talk about my business, the more I went them out of it,” he told the panel. 
During the October 4 episode, Diver said he’s been acting, modeling and singing since he was a kid. He always wanted to be a household name, but he didn’t think it would happen the way it did. Visual clues included a high-heeled shoe and a fan in the audience with a club on his chest. “I’m well-suited for the club,” Diver told the panel. 
Identity: Tom Sandoval
Credit: Michael Becker/FOX; Trae Patton/FOX

Pickle joined the cast during the October 4 episode as a wild card contestant, saying, “Now that I’m here, this wild boy’s planning on winning.” He noted that he’s crossed paths with famous names including Quentin Tarantino, Martin Short and Martin Scorsese and gets paid to talk. His visual clue was a blinking “on air” sign. 
During the October 11 episode, Pickle revealed he’s been in plenty of fights you may have heard about — with NBA stars, Real Housewives and entire media outlets — but he noted he’s rekindled friendships with some of his biggest adversaries. A stage clue revealed that people usually associate him with his famous friends. 
Identity: Michael Rapaport
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“I’m not only known in America, but because of what I did I’m known around the world,” Royal Hen said for their kickoff clue. During the October 18 episode, she said she’d spent her whole career working as a voice for the voiceless and trying to level the playing field, but her road to stardom was fraught with difficulties. Visual clues included the Eiffel Tower, a hot dog and heart wearing a medal. Royal Hen clarified that the medal represented the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which she received from former president Barack Obama. Her performance song, Elton John’s “Philadelphia Freedom,” also ended up being a major hint. 
Identity: Billie Jean King 
Credit: Michael Becker/FOX

“My life has been all about blazing my own trail,” S’more said in his first clue package during the September 27 premiere, adding that he went from “obscurity to major heartthrob status in a matter of weeks.” S’more also said that millions of people cheered him on “step by step” and that he’s traveled a lot  while “making headlines with fellow adventurers and idols.” 
His visual clues were a tip jar, a Chicago-style deep dish pizza and a Christmas tree with an angel on top. His stage clue was a film reel “starring S’more.” He hinted, “As you can tell, I’m very talented on and off stage.” 
During the October 4 episode, S’more said he got an opportunity to work with an “industry legend” while he was still in high school. His father, however, wasn’t too pleased by his desire for a career in show business, so S’more moved out. S’more said he eventually conquered the Broadway stage. Visual clues included an orange, a TV with the letter “M” on the screen, a smoking cauldron and a video game console.
One week later, S’more hinted that he has a child who was born in the 2000s, so he learned to be a dad while on the tour bus. He also implied that his music videos have played on MTV. 
Identity: TBD
Us Weekly’s Best Guess: Ashley Parker Angel
Credit: Michael Becker/FOX

“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,” Cow said during his first clue package on September 27. Cow said he had trouble handling his emotions before he learned he could channel his thoughts into writing. “After that, everything changed. The gift eventually led me to No. 1,” he explained. “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!” 
Cow’s visual clues included “two-step coffee,” a calendar turned to July 4, aviator wings and a Las Vegas magnet. The stage clue was a movie ticket, which Cow explained by saying, “One of the better things known about me all started with a moooovie.”
His October 4 clue package said he was raised among women and didn’t have many positive male role models in his life. Visual clues included boxing gloves, crayons and a drawing of a heart. His stage clue was a pair of tap shoes, which he explained by saying he’s known for his “killer moves.” 
During the October 11 episode, Cow said he and his friends once traveled to the famous Capitol Records building to try to get a record deal — and now his picture hangs in the office of the famous label. He also noted that he’s starred in a musical. 
Identity: TBD
Us Weekly’s Best Guess: Ne-Yo
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Gazelle said the first clue to their identity is remembering which celebrity wore the Gremlin mask in season 4: Mickey Rourke
“Like a gazelle, I’ve always leapt headfirst into opportunities to be on stage,” Gazelle said during her September 27 clue package. “After seeing a Broadway show at 6 years old, I knew that I wanted to perform for a living. When I was just a teenager, I took a huge chance and performed in a national talent competition, but I crashed and burned. It was super bad, and it made me almost swear off singing for good — but music was always my first love.” 
For her onstage clue, the men in black brought out a vinyl record that read “movie soundtrack.” Gazelle hinted, “Not only do I act in movies, I also sing in them.”
Her visual clues included a Hawaiian shirt, bulldogs and a poster reading, “Hello Doll!” 
During the October 4 episode, Gazelle said she was pressured to change her name at 8 years old so she would appeal to a wider audience, but she decided not to because she was proud of her heritage and wanted to blaze a trail for little girls who look like her. Her clue package also included a surfboard, a test with the grade “A” on it and a sign reading, “Threat Level 3.” On stage, the panel saw a football decorated with the word “villain,” which Gazelle explained by saying, “I’m not actually a villain, but I can play the part.”
One week later, she said she made her film debut in the 2000s. She chose Gazelle as her costume, she explained, because gazelles are similar to deer, and a person close to her who loved deer died shortly before her wedding. Her visual clues included a bouquet of flowers, a mouse and a dog tag. 
Identity: TBD 
Us Weekly’s Best Guess: Janel Parrish 
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Husky’s kickoff clue was a dollar bill printed with the (fictional) denomination of $10 million. “Here’s 10 million hints at who I am,” Husky explained. For his Group B debut, Husky said that he had a strange effect on “the female species” when he first hit the stage, and his fans showered him with love and sometimes lingerie. Husky stayed loyal to his family, though. Another clue was season 6 contestant Mother Nature, who was revealed to be Vivica A. Fox. Husky’s visual clues were a crying emoji, carousel, chocolate and a rocket. Of the last hint, he said he skyrocketed up the charts and landed a platinum album. 
Identity: TBD 
Us Weekly’s Best Guess: Babyface
Credit: Trae Patton/FOX

Hawk debuted in Group B during the October 18 episode. He said he “grew up fast” as a young bird and often hung out with adults before joining the family business. As a kid, hearing “heavy guitar chords” changed his life. Visual clues were a treasure chest, a “greetings from New York” postcard and a moon. He also said that he’s previously collaborated with Miley Cyrus and “loved every second of it.” 
Identity: TBD
Us Weekly’s Best Guess: Pete Wentz
Credit: Trae Patton/FOX

During his Group B debut on October 18, Tiki said he always wanted to be a rock star — and hinted he achieved his dream by selling millions of records. At some point, however, he got in trouble for running his mouth, and according to his friend Pineapple, a lot of people wanted to “rum punch” him in the mouth. “If you’re ever feeling bluesy, you can always come to me for a good laugh,” he told the panel. His visual clues were an alarm clock reading “SNOOZE,” a skull, a globe and a chimpanzee wearing a party hat. 
Identity: TBD
Us Weekly’s Best Guess: Vince Neil 
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