The Masked Singer Australia is back in a brand new teaser trailer ahead of its third season, with Channel 10 unveiling six brand new creative (albeit, cursed) costumes that will hide 2021’s mystery performers.

Performing their own rendition of The Ting Tings’ That’s Not My Name, viewers are introduced to a giant baby, a fish with a mullet, a piñata, a vampire, a sea goddess and a kebab, all ready to take a stab at being crowned the winner of The Masked Singer Australia 2021.

While these new bizarre characters may be the stuff of nightmares, we can’t deny the fact that they are the most creative we’ve seen on the show yet — and fans of the show seem to agree!

“This is terrifying but I wanna watch,” one viewer commented on Instagram under the promo, while another made note of “how incredible the masks are so far this year”.

Every costume seen on The Masked Singer Australia stems from the brilliant mind of Australian Oscar and BAFTA Award-winning costume designer Tim Chappel, who is best known for his work on Priscilla: Queen of the Desert.

But who is behind each mask?  That’s the question on everyone’s lips when The Masked Singer is back on televisions around the country, and boy, do we have the scoop for you!

Although we don’t know who is under which mask, a source revealed to So Dramatic! With Megan Pustetto that Em Rusciano and Mahalia Barnes have both been confirmed to appear on the series, with musicians Ross Wilson and Wendy Matthews also rumoured to be in the mix.

There’s no official word on when The Masked Singer Australia 2021 will begin airing, but we have it on good authority that the competition’s third season will start after The Bachelor concludes on Channel 10 and 10play.

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