The Masked Dancer: All of the Celebs Who Have Been Revealed So Far
Check in each week to find out which stars have been unmasked on Fox's Masked Singer spinoff
Who's Got Moves?
The Masked Dancer spinoff features a range of disguised stars putting their moves on display as panelists Paula Abdul, Brian Austin Green, Ken Jeong and Ashley Tisdale guess who might be under the creative costumes.
The 10 celebrity competitors on the show, hosted by Craig Robinson, have collectively amassed more than 38 million albums sold worldwide, 20 Emmys, 20 Grammy nominations, 10 World Dancing titles, five New York Times best-selling author titles, four Olympic gold medals and three Broadway show appearances. Keep scrolling to see who's been unmasked this season.
Season 1, Week 1: Disco Ball
After boogying to "Uptown Funk" by Bruno Mars in the show's premiere, Grammy winner and Law & Order: SVU star Ice-T received the unfortunate dishonor of being the first star voted out when Group A made its debut. He called the experience "absolutely the craziest thing I've ever done" upon being unmasked.
Season 1, Week 2: Ice Cube
Season 1, Week 3: Ms. Moth
She flew under the radar at first, but after swaying to Michael Bublé, Ms. Moth was unmasked and revealed as activist, author and kidnapping survivor Elizabeth Smart. The Utah native shared a sweet reason for deciding to go on the show.
"My grandma actually passed away very recently, but she was so much fun," Smart said. "She never let a moment pass her by, and so when this opportunity came along I thought, I live a pretty serious life and I'm going to take this opportunity and just have fun."
Season 1, Week 4: Cricket
Cricket got cut after busting a move to Montell Jordan's "This Is How We Do It." After being revealed as Grammy winner Brian McKnight, the "Back at One" singer said he didn't mind missing out on the Super Six.
"I got to be in the public's eye again in this magnitude, which I hadn't been in quite some time, so I'm really grateful for the opportunity," McKnight told PEOPLE.
Season 1, Week 5: Hammerhead
This shark had to swim back to the ocean after dancing the paso doble to "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" by The Animals in the Super Six. The judges suspected Jersey Shore's Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino or Pauly "DJ Pauly D" DelVecchio could be under the fierce fish mask, but it turned out to be Sorrentino and DelVecchio's housemate Vinny Guadagnino.
"This was the most fun thing I've ever done," the MTV star said of his time on The Masked Dancer.
Season 1, Week 6: Exotic Bird
Exotic Bird took a risk by performing judge Paula Abdul's "Opposites Attract," but it had the colorful creature flying back to the nest just before making it to the semifinals. Underneath the beak and feathers: American Idol season 6 winner Jordin Sparks.
The "Red Sangria" singer, who welcomed son DJ in May 2018 with husband Dana Isaiah Thomas Jr, told PEOPLE her child inspired her to go on The Masked Dancer. "I was really nervous about it because this isn't what I do," Sparks explained. "I finally said ‘yes’ because I wanted to prove to myself that I could take on challenges. And I want DJ to see me take on something that scared me so he knows that he can do it.”
Season 1, Week 7: Zebra
Zebra fought his way to the final four, only to be unmasked as boxing champion Oscar de la Hoya after dancing to Bobby Darin's "Mack the Knife," which he dedicated to his late mother. "It was probably the best experience I ever had, really," the Olympic gold medalist said of his time on the show upon removing his stripes.
Season 1, Week 8: Tulip
In the season 1 finale, Tulip earned third place with her performance to Ava Max's "Kings & Queens." The flower revealed her identity to be Dance Moms alumnae Mackenzie Ziegler. "Behind the mask, I could be whoever I wanted to be," she said after being unmasked. "And I've gained more confidence for sure."
Season 1, Week 8: Sloth
Season 1, Week 8: Cotton Candy
Cotton Candy won it all with a moving performance to The Greatest Showman's "This Is Me" that incorporated leaps and backflips. So of course it made sense when the sweet treat removed her mask to reveal Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas. As for how winning the show's Diamond Mask trophy compares to taking home a medal at the Olympics, she told PEOPLE, "It's definitely up there. I would say it's neck and neck, to be honest."