Interestingly, Kate didn't actually deny that she's Monster at any point in the chat that followed between herself, Tim Blackwell and Marty Sheargold.
"It is their real singing voice, isn't it – or is it my singing voice, who knows?" she quipped, prompting a straight-up question that we wish she'd given a straight-up answer!
"Is it your singing voice?" one of the boys asked.
"What do you reckon?!" Kate replied – not actually saying no (just sayin').
As Tim and Marty debated back and forth about who else could be on the show, Kate tried to steer them onto a new topic:
"Are we really getting bogged down in this conversation?" she asked.
Come on, Kate. We love you as the cutie-pie Monster – make our dreams come true!
The Channel 10 series sees 12 celebrities performing anonymously in elaborate costumes designed by Hwang Jae-geun (including lion, dragon, octopus, monster, wolf, unicorn and prawn costumes) as viewers and a panel of star-studded judges attempt to guess their identity.
So far, six celebs have been unmasked on the show: Gretel Killeen (who wore the Octopus costume), Brett Lee (as Parrot), child star Nikki Webster (Alien), Wendell Sailor (the much-loved Rhino), Darren McMullen (as a jaunty pirate-like Prawn) and, the most recent departure, country star Adam Brand (as Dragon).