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See the surprisingly delicious ‘Masked Singer’ season 10 costumes

Please welcome these new masks to the ‘Masked Singer’ stage

The Masked Singer, Season 10, Hibiscus and S’more

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Sixteen dazzling, wonky, wild, and oddly delicious masks are set to take the stage in The Masked Singer‘s milestone 10th season.

As in seasons past, in the lead-up to competition starting on Sept. 27, Fox is slowly teasing out the new costumes. Click through to see them here, and check back as we update as more are announced. And, in the meantime, learn all about the new season here.

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Donut

THE MASKED SINGER, Season 10, Donut

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Donut ask us why, but something about this costume is making us hungry. With a chunk taken out of its side, though, it looks like someone already let their cravings get the best of them!

Hawk

THE MASKED SINGER, Season 10, Hawk

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This bird of prey looks poised to swoop down on the stage and snatch up the competition. Previous winged costumes on The Masked Singer include Mallard, Eagle, Macaw, Hummingbird, and more – but Hawk, with a gladiator-esque ensemble, looks the most poised for battle yet.

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S’more

The Masked Singer, Season 10, S’more

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With its flame accents, oozing marshmallow, and graham cracker vest, this costume is so scrumptious it simply leaves us wanting s’more. (Sorry, we had to.)

Hibiscus

The Masked Singer, Season 10, Hibiscus

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This bright and summery costume looks positively ready to blossom on stage. The ensemble certainly passes the sniff test, so hopefully the contestant beneath doesn’t get pruned from the competition too early.

Anteater

The Masked Singer

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The Masked Singer costume crew decided to go more realistic with this outfit, between its fur, believable eyes and face, and cute lil tongue sticking out of its elongated snout. Even still, the trademark goofiness is there, too, with its gardening-ready attire and straw hat.

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Cow

The Masked Singer

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This bovine might look like a perfect 1950s housewife, but don’t let that fool you. The feel of this costume is reminiscent of last season’s Doll, which ended up being rock legend Dee Snider. Brief snippets of one of Cow’s performances suggest it’s possible a male singer could be beneath that apron and sassy red cat eye glasses, but only time will tell.

Diver

The Masked Singer

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Looks like this diver got themselves entangled with the wrong sea creature. This aquatic costume is delightful, with little pearls, bits of coral, and other marine details that really bring it to life. Here’s to hoping we sea much more of them.

Husky

The Masked Singer

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If dire wolves were the main characters on Game of Thrones, this costume would be the resulting look. This steely-eyed canine looks both primed for battle and ready to rule The Masked Singer stage. They join previous dog costumes on the show like Bulldog, Rottweiler, Poodle, McTerrier, and Dalmatian — but they might just be the best canine costume yet.

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Gazelle

The Masked Singer

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With those long lashes, ombré flower cape, and forest details galore, Gazelle might just be the most glamorous contestant yet this season. It’s giving wildlife couture. 

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Royal Hen

The Masked Singer

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A version of this costume, French Hen, was supposed to appear on season 9 (see them in that season’s promo here). That person apparently had to drop out, and the costume has been retooled for season 10 into this royally hilarious fiend. 

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Tiki

THE MASKED SINGER: Tiki

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If you like piña coladas and getting caught in the rain, boy, do we have a costume for you. Say aloha to Tiki, the show’s most tropical costume to date. With grass skirt shoes, leis for days, fruity top pieces, and a straw and drink umbrella to boot, this costume makes us want to hop on a plane to Fiji and never look back.

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