‘The Masked Singer’ Season Four Just Revealed Their Biggest Twist to Date

It’s back...and by it we mean one of our favorite, most ridiculous television shows of all time: The Masked Singer. Yup, Fox recently announced that the popular reality competition series is coming back for its fourth season and already has a premiere date. Of course, judges Jenny McCarthy-Wahlberg, Robin Thicke, Ken Jeong and Nicole Scherzinger, with host Nick Cannon, are all returning for the new season. However, the hit show just revealed one of its biggest twists to date.

Keep reading for everything we know about season four of The Masked Singer.

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1. But first, who won season three?

After beating out Turtle, aka Jesse McCartney, Night Angel was the official winner of The Masked Singer season three. Singer, Grammy-winning songwriter and Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Kandi Burruss, was unmasked and proved our episode 11 theory correct. Burruss became the first woman to win the reality competition!

2. What are the characters of season four?

This fall, Gremlin, Snow Owl, Crocodile, Giraffe, Broccoli, Popcorn, Seahorse, Jellyfish, Mushroom, Whatchamacalit, Squiggly Monster, Dracula, Dragon, Baby Alien and Sun will all be competing for the title.

But, there’s a catch. Aside from the new killer costumes, this season is also introducing a Masked Singer first—a double costume. Fox recently revealed that the Snow Owl is actually two Snow Owls. This means that two people in two identical owl costumes will compete and be unmasked as one. We’re not exactly sure how this is going to work, but we’re definitely excited.

3. Is there a trailer?

There’s not a full-length trailer as of yet. However, we do have a teaser, which shows the new characters taking the stage for the first time. You can watch the full teaser above.

4. When does season four premiere?

Season four of The Masked Singer will premiere on September 23 on Fox.

5. Anything else about the season we should know?

Fun fact: The series somehow managed to film in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

“Obviously it’s difficult shooting during the pandemic, but it’s made us be more creative as producers than we have ever been,” executive producer Craig Plestis shared with Variety. “You’re going to see some incredible innovations this season, because we’re forced to be more creative and you’re going to see different ways we do the stage productions.”

He continued, “The clue packages are completely different this season. The costumes: there are costumes that season that we’ve never done before in the history of Masked Singer, either in America or around the world, that people will be talking about it.”

We. Can’t. Wait.