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20 of the most outrageous 'Masked Singer' costumes, ranked

20 of the most outrageous 'Masked Singer' costumes, ranked
  • There have been over 60 costumes in the five seasons of "The Masked Singer" to date.
  • We ranked 20 of the most outrageous costumes based on how unexpected and elaborate they were.
  • The costume that takes the top spot involves puppetry.

We start off strong with a T-Rex that, for some reason, looks like it's going to a Renaissance Fair.

We start off strong with a T-Rex that, for some reason, looks like it's going to a Renaissance Fair.
T-Rex. Michael Becker / FOX

The T-Rex was unmasked as JoJo Siwa in season three.

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What makes the Russian Dolls in the current "Masked Singer" season so unnerving is their mouths - and the fact that there's more than one of them.

What makes the Russian Dolls in the current "Masked Singer" season so unnerving is their mouths - and the fact that there's more than one of them.
Russian Doll. Michael Becker / FOX

We still don't know who the Russian Dolls are, though some think they're Hanson of "MMMBop" fame.

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All the way back in season one, we were treated to the Pineapple, which actually seems to be a surfer dude with a pineapple drink for a head.

All the way back in season one, we were treated to the Pineapple, which actually seems to be a surfer dude with a pineapple drink for a head.
Pineapple. Michael Becker / FOX

Don't think we can't see the straw popping out of his brain.

In an almost-too-obvious move, the Pineapple was revealed to be Tommy Chong.

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White Tiger's Egyptian gods aesthetic is more confusing than anything else.

White Tiger's Egyptian gods aesthetic is more confusing than anything else.
White Tiger. Michael Becker / FOX

White Tiger competed on season three, and it was unmasked to be NFL star Rob Gronkowski.

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We can't imagine how difficult it was for Black Widow to sing and dance with multiple extra legs attached to her costume.

We can't imagine how difficult it was for Black Widow to sing and dance with multiple extra legs attached to her costume.
Black Widow. Michael Becker / FOX

Raven-Symoné was revealed as the Black Widow in season two.

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We can't really tell what Thingamajig is supposed to be, which is why he's earned a spot on this list.

We can't really tell what Thingamajig is supposed to be, which is why he's earned a spot on this list.
Thingamajig. Michael Becker / FOX

The face behind Thingamajig's impressive pipes was NBA player Victor Oladipo in season two.

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Taco just had a giant tomato for a head - just think about what that would look like in real life.

Taco just had a giant tomato for a head - just think about what that would look like in real life.
Taco. Michael Becker / FOX

During the third season, Taco was unmasked as Tom Bergeron, former host of "Dancing with the Stars" and "America's Funniest Home Videos."

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The balance Jellyfish had to have with her giant headpiece is impressive.

The balance Jellyfish had to have with her giant headpiece is impressive.
Jellyfish. Michael Becker / FOX

But it makes sense — Jellyfish was actually Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim in season four.

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We'd like to know whose idea it was to include an Egg with a sunny-side up hat and an elaborate all-white suit and cape.

We'd like to know whose idea it was to include an Egg with a sunny-side up hat and an elaborate all-white suit and cape.
Egg. Michael Becker / FOX

The fact that anyone came on "The Masked Singer" and thought to themselves "I'd like to be an Egg" is astonishing — but the fact that it was flamboyant Olympic ice skater Johnny Weir back in season two makes it a bit clearer.

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This is disembodied pair of Lips with arms sticking out of the mouth ... simple, yet haunting.

This is disembodied pair of Lips with arms sticking out of the mouth ... simple, yet haunting.
Lips. Michael Becker / FOX

Predictably, Lips was unmasked as Wendy Williams in season four.

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While the Rhino itself is pretty bland, we're confused as to where the 1930s pilot theme comes in.

While the Rhino itself is pretty bland, we're confused as to where the 1930s pilot theme comes in.
Rhino. Michael Becker / FOX

Barry Zito, former MLB player, looked like he could've hopped out of the plane and right on to a safari during season three.

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This season two costume was as if Leopard met the Queen of Hearts - and we dig it.

This season two costume was as if Leopard met the Queen of Hearts - and we dig it.
Leopard. Michael Becker / FOX

We would expect nothing less from Seal, who competed on season two as the Leopard.

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This person claimed to be Broccoli, which would've been weird enough, but with fangs and furry paws ... and also a letterman jacket? It's like Teen Broccoli Wolf.

This person claimed to be Broccoli, which would've been weird enough, but with fangs and furry paws ... and also a letterman jacket? It's like Teen Broccoli Wolf.
Broccoli. Michael Becker / FOX

Legendary musician Paul Anka was under the Broccoli's mask during the fourth season.

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We wouldn't have thought to combine 18th-century aristocrat with a giraffe, but it somehow works here.

We wouldn't have thought to combine 18th-century aristocrat with a giraffe, but it somehow works here.
Giraffe. Michael Becker / FOX

Also, don't forget where the actual singer's head must be — dealing with that giant headpiece must've been rough.

Future "Masked Dancer" panelist Brian Austin Green donned the giraffe neck for season four.

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Why does the Deer's head actually look like a gas mask? We may never know, but we do know "Masked Singer" really loves steampunk.

Why does the Deer's head actually look like a gas mask? We may never know, but we do know "Masked Singer" really loves steampunk.
Deer. Michael Becker / FOX

The Deer was revealed to be Terry Bradshaw way back in season one.

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The Snow Owls were the first duo costume on the show, and they spent most of their time stuck inside an ornately decorated egg.

The Snow Owls were the first duo costume on the show, and they spent most of their time stuck inside an ornately decorated egg.
Snow Owls. Michael Becker / FOX

The Snow Owls were unmasked as married country singers Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black during season four.

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The Llama has the distinction of being the first four-legged costume, as well as a cheesy tourist. We also have to point out the weird floppy tongue.

The Llama has the distinction of being the first four-legged costume, as well as a cheesy tourist. We also have to point out the weird floppy tongue.
Llama. Michael Becker / FOX

Drew Carey was inside the Llama's four-legged costume in season three.

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There's so much to discuss with the Snail: the creepy eyes, teeth, and the top hat, plus the fact that it's so small the person inside must have been curled up in a ball.

There's so much to discuss with the Snail: the creepy eyes, teeth, and the top hat, plus the fact that it's so small the person inside must have been curled up in a ball.
Snail. Michael Becker / FOX

As we now know, there was a human and a Muppet inside, as the Snail was unmasked as Kermit the Frog in season five.

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The Squiggly Monster is genuinely scary. It looks like the Babadook.

The Squiggly Monster is genuinely scary. It looks like the Babadook.
Squiggly Monster. Michael Becker / FOX

Bob Saget of "Full House" was underneath Squiggly Monster's mask in season four.

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Baby Alien is still the most outrageous costume in "Masked Singer" history - the person underneath the mask had to learn puppetry to properly operate it.

Baby Alien is still the most outrageous costume in "Masked Singer" history - the person underneath the mask had to learn puppetry to properly operate it.
Michael Becker / FOX

The Baby Alien was eventually unmasked as former NFL quarterback Mark Sanchez in season four.

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