The judging panel was absolutely blown away by Mirrorball's first performance of Olivia Newton-John's Xanadu.
While they're desperate to know who is underneath the mask, we at home still want to keep listening to her beautiful singing voice!
"I'm Mirrorball, I was born to do what I do and my parents knew it," she revealed.
"But when the spotlight's on me, I don't react. I'm proud and determined, close to grand in fact. Even when everything goes to ashes I go on unharmed," Mirrorball continued.
"When you're in the spotlight you can be grilled by total strangers, that’s something you can bank on. I am the Mirrorball and now is my time to shine."
When she returned to sing in episode three, we learned a little bit more about Mirrorball again. We spotted her putting ice cubes into a drink, a certificate from the Australian Medical Association, and a running track.
"I’m the Mirrorball and I hate to be in the dark. Am I dirty? No, that’s someone else, so be cool okay? You don’t think I measure up? I think I do. I was on thin ice for a while, but eventually, you have to do you. As a kid, I was really competitive. As an adult, not everyone likes that but I’m sick of running someone else’s race. I’m Mirrorball and my voice will be heard!" she told us.
We learned a little more in episode five:
"I'm Mirrorball and I shine every chance I get. I'm not married with children, that was before my time. Finding a good man was hard, I've looked everywhere. East and, yes, even west. Let me tell you, dating is no laughing matter. Let's not dance around the issue, I was the odd one out for years. Am I on a vendetta? I'm not saying, I'm too sweet! I have my heroes, I followed their examples but did it all myself. Who can you rely on? Only your family and an Aussie. I'm Mirrorball and I'm not saying goodbye tonight!"
Blowfly took to the stage first in the premiere episode, and the judges were unable to decipher whether it was a man or woman singing, making the clues even harder to unpack.
"I'm Blowfly, you know there’s flys like me all over the world but I’m Aussie as. There’s nothing I like more than cruising in a big V8, or maybe a high-five," Blowfly revealed, leaving the judges to wonder if they had a connection to the children's show, Hi-5.
"Blowflies know the highs and the lows. Those days of innocence are behind me and now I am the possessor of much wisdom. For a Blowfly, I don’t take crap from no one and that’s why I’ll win The Masked Singer.”
So, when he returned for episode three, the panellists and the audience were ready to see if any of their guesses were aligning with the next round of clues. But of course, it only got more confusing.
"I'm Blowfly and you can find me all over Australia. I fought real hard to get to the top of my little hill, or am I king of the mountain? I’m never afraid to ask the tough questions, or to lend a hand to anyone who needs it. I know I can be loud, maybe a bit wild and it almost cost my family some important jewellery. I’ve spent my time in the sun, including some of my darkest days, but I am a phoenix. I’m the Blowfly and I’m buzzing to win The Masked Singer."
By episode five, here's everything we'd learned about Blowfly:
"I'm the Blowfly, and I've made a good start to the competition. They say home is where the heart is and maybe the hope, I just know that love will be rewarded fourfold. Is a motorscooter big enough? Not really! I like the power, turn on the gas. I'm Blowfly and I know a lot about records."
Current guesses for Blowfly from the judging panel include Shehadie, Merv Hughes, and Shannon Noll.
In our opinion, Rooster is one of the more random masks - the clues he's given are downright undecipherable!
Rooster took to the stage to sing 24k Magic by Bruno Mars, ultimately leading to some very mixed guesses.
"I am Rooster, and I'm cocky for a reason," we learned.
"Some people see me as untamed, I’m okay with that. Maybe that’s why I’m so close to doing all the dumb things. Family is important to me, privately and publicly, but I don’t like to do a big song and dance about it. As a child, I learned about attitude. It’s kept me out of the darkest places, except once: a place without a chandelier. I’m the Rooster and I’m the boss of this barnyard," he revealed in his first performance.
In episode four, along with a performance of California Dreamin', we got the following: "I’m Rooster, and you can describe me as cocksure. What’s my pedigree? Funny, but it’s all the way back to Ancient Rome. I come from a short line of almost-royalty. I’m not a battery chook, I need freedom! I have a vision of seeing the whole world from the city, to the outback. I was discovered long after everyone knew me, knew me, knew me, knew me… I’m Rooster, and I’ve got plenty to crow about!"
And when it came to episode six, Rooster was back to sing Queen's hit Don't Stop Me Now.
"As Rooster I never want to be a bore, I want to entertain whether it's putting boot to leather or putting on a g-string. I love New York, if you can make it there you can also make it anywhere, even Alice Springs! If you move around as much as I do, I'd like to say welcome to wherever you are. Sometimes you just don't measure up, all I know is I did it my way. I'm Rooster, and in this competition, it's all about me!" we learned.
A lot of fans think they know who Snapdragon might be, but that hasn't stopped us from looking closely at the clues.
Things that stood out the most from Snapdragon's package included a sign that read "Snapdragons love Jim Carrey", a chandelier, and a weight comparatively lighter to the one being lifted by an accompanying bodyguard.
"I’m Snapdragon and I’ve got the looks and the bite. Snapdragons may not breathe fire, but we are determined. The world of flowers is tough, we compete for our time in the sun but even then, you don’t really see me as I am. That’s why some people call me mysterious. I’m Snapdragon, and it’s time for me to blossom," Snapdragon revealed.
And now, his clues are only getting more cryptic.
"When my voice is heard people don’t say ‘shh’ but that doesn’t mean I’m not adventurous. Travelling the seas doesn’t scare this Snapdragon. Snapdragons can be found across most of the world, we’re universal. I’ve been transplanted from my original home, but I’m never far from my father. Maybe you think all Snapdragons are the same, we’re not. But I owe a lot to another flower. Maybe we share the same roots? I’m Snapdragon, and I’m the bloomin’ best Masked Singer," we heard from him in episode four.
"I'm Snapdragon and I'm in my element in the Masked Singer. Although I might feel like a babushka doll. As a Snapdragon, you never know what you'll be asked to do. One day the public showers you with love and the next you're heading for a downfall. Ow! Snapdragons come in all colours of the rainbow. My childhood was quite golden. I'm Snapdragon, and I'm a natural to win The Masked Singer!" he continued in episode six.
A lot of the guesses for Snapdragon have included soulful singers like Callum Scott, Sam Smith, Adam Lambert and Matt Corby. But a very popular guess has been local singer, Sheldon Riley.
"Hi, I’m Popcorn, let’s have some fun! I went from nothing to huge in the blink of an eye, or that’s how it seems to you but there’s a lot of work in being an overnight success," Popcorn told us in their first appearance.
"Wikipedia says Popcorn’s ancestors come from Mexico, I don’t think that’s true but maybe it is because I’ve been in a lot of places. It’s hard to know where home is, if I got stuck on a desert island who would I want to be with? Kylie of course, and Lady Gaga. I’m Popcorn, and I’m here to have fun!"
Performing Adore You by Harry Styles upon his return, Popcorn came back with some more clues for us.
"When you’re a Popcorn, you’ve got to have the moves. Am I an American boy? Let me spell it out for you: I’m welcome everywhere and I want everyone to feel welcome wherever they are. Am I stylish? Others think so, but sometimes it ends super badly when I hang out with the fashionistas… even bloody! Ow. Do I stick my nose in other people’s business? Of course I do, it’s a bit of an obsession. I’m Popcorn and I’m ready to go off!"
And then from his next performance, we learned these - mostly unhelpful - clues:
"Am I spiritual? A lot of my class are, but don't think I'm a cleanskin, I use a lot of ink. I started young, well younger than most but not my hero. That's when I went from being a Maltser to Popcorn! The people of Europe love Popcorn, Northern Europe especially, even if it makes them a bit phlegm-ish! I'm Popcorn, and I'll get salty if I don't win this competition!"
The judges' best guesses for Popcorn at the moment are Dean Lewis, Pieter van den Hoogenband, will.i.am, and Ruel.
A successful wildcard entry, Microphone entered the competition in week two to sing Ain't Nobody by Rufus and Chaka Khan.
We saw a lot of odd little clues in her video, but these are the words she's given us so far.
"I'm Microphone and I'm here to bring some real glamour. I didn't start in a place like this, in fact, I took quite a different path and doubted my own abilities but I eventually learned to believe in me. Microphones are meant for those special, uplifting moments. We know the dark times too, but you only see the purple patches. I believe you make your own future, but a bit of luck never hurts either! I was almost involved in a life of crime, and my parents would have been proud! I got two years, but thankfully I had the best lawyer money can buy."
The intriguing speech had the judges guessing - and the current options as they stand are: Michelle Williams, Brandy, Sarah Ferguson and Halsey.
We'll be keeping a close eye on Microphone!