All The Updated Clues For The Masked Singer Australia So You Can Guess Along With Us

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The most chaotic yet entertaining show on TV, Masked Singer Australia, is back baby. So we decided to put all the clues from the show together for you, because we’re nice.

We will be updating this list as Masked Singer episodes go live, so keep checking this yarn if you want to have a cheeky guess at home.


Half tradie, half fish. The mullet fish is a pretty decent singer, if that’s not his actual profession. Otherwise, he may need to consider a new one. Here are the clues we have so far:

  • I’ve spent years by the water. And I had my fair share of battles. Those night vision goggles belong to the army!
  • I like the spotlight. But I’ve had more than a few sleepless nights. My answer is to take the show on the road.
  • I’m not really into strict routine. I prefer to improvise. I know it’s not the way to make a big hit. But beggars can’t be choosers.
  • I’ve never really been the boss. But I have been known to take your breath away. That’s official.
  • When asked by the judges if he was a swimmer, mullet’s response was: “I don’t need to get my hair wet anymore.”

The second round of clues are:

  • I’m just your average Mullet. But I’m OK if you’re OK.
  • Someone once told me if you like it you better put a ring on it.
  • Sometimes you have your eye on something shiny.
  • But it’s not as good as you hope. No matter how far you travel, you can’t leave the real you behind.
  • I’m a jack-of-all-trades. I’ve even taken on the Chinese.
  • Not as a comedian, but you could call me something close.
  • I might be a Mullet, but don’t understand me. My intelligence isn’t artificial and way better than 20.
  • I’m the Mullet and I’m beside meself with excitement!
  • When put through the ‘mind reader’, Mullet was thinking of a shield (which the judges thought was either Viking or Spartan), and said: “I think a lot about where I come from.”


The third round of clues are as such:

  • I might be a mullet, but I’m not hard-headed, like others I know.
  • The night sky is so beautiful but I prefer the sunshine.
  • I love it like a sibling.
  • I’m no superhero.
  • Just a fish trying to eke out a living in a hostile environment. There’s no shame in that.
  • I was number one once, you know.
  • But I wasn’t wearing flannelette at the time. Mullets go in and out of fashion.
  • But lucky for me… I’ve got more than one string to me bow. I’m Mullet and I’ve got this competition hook, line and sinker.

The fourth round of clues for Mullet are:

  • I might be just a mullet… ..but I’m evolving.
  • Do I need a lighthouse?
  • Nah. It just keeps me awake.
  • You know, I’ve done it all, from Z to A, except D. Maybe I need a new agent.
  • I’ve had plans. But they didn’t always work out.
  • Sometimes, that’s a good thing. It’s not like I have satellite navigation. Watch out for the beach!
  • This fish doesn’t like schools.
  • I prefer herds. Look at that!
  • At least it’s better than eight. I’m the Mullet, and I’m gonna rock this competition.

The fifth round revealed:

  • I’m a mullet. You wouldn’t expect me to sing, but you wouldn’t expect me to teach cats to talk proper, neither.
  • I wasn’t always going to be a mullet, you know.
  • I was growing up to be a trumpet fish.
  • But that’s OK. I really do like a surprise. There are no walls between us here.
  • I’ve swum with the biggest sharks in the business.
  • And I survived for $8 an hour, plus tips. Now scatter!
  • I’m mullet royalty, a duke.
  • Or maybe an ambassador. But I’m OK with that.
  • I’ve been putting wins in the W column since I was born. Isn’t that right, Hughesy? And there’s gonna be another W tonight.

The sixth round revealed:

  • I don’t have unearthly powers like the others, but I’m not here to make up the numbers. Money is often dangled in front of me. I’ve learned to wait and watch.
  • I’ve got a lot of tools on my belt. In a former life, not just tools.But I’m more reliable now.
  • Us mullets don’t have a lot of secrets. And you can’t pull the wool over our eyes. We’re real strict about that.
  • For two lies and a truth, Mullet said: “I came second in a Kevin Rudd look-alike competition, I played a dozen AFL games for Carlton and I threw up on a skydiving instructor while parachuting.”


Two words I never thought would go together: sexy and pavlova, but here we are.

Here are the Masked Singer clues:

  • I’m the Pavlova. Crusty on the outside. But tender inside.
  • I love the kitchen. It’s my happy place. Croissants, eclairs, gateau, vol-au-vent.
  • If I could make baking a competitive sport…..I would. Mon dieu!
  • My dream came to me when I was young. I had a real talent.  And I haven’t stopped since.
  • How do I keep my gorgeous pavlova figure? Don’t ask. What I will say is that when push comes to shove, I manage.
  • I spent a lot of my childhood down south in the hills.
  • When asked by the judges if she was born in WA, Pavlova responded: “All of Australia is my playground, but I have special feelings for WA’s birdlife.”

The second round of clues are:

  • Hi, everyone. I’m Pavlova. And isn’t this fun? I don’t believe in discrimination.
  • Every sweet matters.
  • Yummy! Have I been on Broadway? Almost, but not quite.
  • But I’ve had my ups and downs. Who cares? I’m happy with who and where I am.
  • A great Pavlova is going to take time. Just accept it. You don’t want to peak too soon.
  • I’m Pavlova and all I want is my just desserts.
  • When placed in the ‘mind reader’, Pavlova was shown to be thinking of lamingtons, and said: “If you think a Pavlova has a sweet tooth, you’re right!”

What a sweetie!

Your tres clues are:

  • I am Pavlova and I think you’re all sweet on me.
  • You can take it as gospel… that I’m the boss of my kitchen.
  • And across the Ditch too.
  • I pour my heart and soul into what I do. 21 grams? It has to be more than that.
  • Some see me as a warrior. Others see me as a storekeeper. I’m betting on the warrior. Be good… or I’ll make you sleep outside.
  • Does this sugar dissolve in water? I’ve proved that I don’t.
  • Everyone knows I come from tougher stuff than that. I’m Pavlova, and I’m looking sweet for another victory tonight.


Dolly, looks exactly like one of those Women’s Day cakes everyone had about five years ago. I both hate it and love it.

Here are the clues:

  • Hello, I’m Dolly, and I’m quite the young lady. But underneath is a different story.
  • Just because I am a dolly, it doesn’t mean I’m a toy. I’ve always aimed high. Good enough is never good enough. Things have to be just so.
  • I don’t mind a bit of back and forth. In fact, I’m rather famous for it. Everyone expects Dolly to be a good girl. Well…I’m the type of dolly I want to be.
  • My dreams aren’t what they used to be. I’ve been through a change and I am definitely off the leash!
  • People think dollies should be seen and not heard. Well, not THIS Dolly.
  • When asked by the judges if they work in Australia asked, Dolly responded: “My earliest childhood dreams were to take on the entire world and beat them.”

The second round of clues are:

  • I’m Dolly. And there’s more to me than you think.
  • I’m a dolly, not a dolly bird. After missing my dream in Sydney, 2004 was when I made my mark.
  • Am I the queen? Yes, but also the joker. Was it my dream to be a dolly? No, it wasn’t. But I’ve made a career of being in the right place at the right time.
  • The heart is unpredictable. It has its needs, but remember, tomorrow is a brand-new day.
  • I’m Dolly, but let me warn you, I’m nobody’s plaything.
  • When placed in the ‘mind reader’, Dolly is shown to be imagining a sexy pack of abs. When asked what’s on her mind, Dolly says: “Attraction can be very, very complicated. And sometimes not.”

The third round of clues for Dolly are:

  • I’m the Dolly, and you’re learning not to underestimate me.
  • Dollies don’t usually have a lot to say, unless you pull their string.
  • But this Dolly will never be silenced.
  • Dollies are meant to like pretty things, like rainbows.
  • But they just make me angry!
  • Not that I like to make waves. Actually, I do like it.
  • Hmm. How to decide what sort of Dolly I should be. So many choices.
  • That one? Or maybe this one.
  • Which version of Dolly do you prefer?
  • I’m Dolly, and I sound as pretty as I look.

The fourth round of clues for Dolly are:

  • I’m Dolly. And I grab everyone’s attention.
  • Don’t accuse this dolly of being shallow. When rejected, I don’t give up. I just come back stronger and brighter.
  • Some dollies seek the limelight. Not me. I just do my thing and fate does the rest.
  • It’s a dolly’s prerogative to change her mind.
  • Even an industrious dolly like me. That doesn’t make me a diva.
  • You don’t have to be fit to be a dolly, but I can’t imagine life any the other way. Let’s get physical!
  • This dolly has stopped playing. This is business!

The fifth round of clues revealed:

  • Am I a wise Dolly? I don’t know about that. But I know my group is.
  • I’ve known the pleasure of diamonds my entire life. Nothing else will do.
  • Is that how I got my peaches and cream complexion? Only my mother would know.
  • Nobody dreams of going back to where they started from. Well, almost nobody.
  • Now I’m moving forward. Where? Not A to Z, because I put Z behind me.
  • Am I hot? For a while I was well below proper body temperature.
  • Ah, maybe she’s very well educated.
  • I’m Dolly, and I’m here to play hard.

The sixth round of clues revealed:

  • Dressed like this, Dolly has to steer slowly. But on the inside I’m always on the go, casting around for fun.
  • With my special two hands I shouldn’t box. I’m that good. But I’m not the fairest of them all. My age of achievements is over. I’m happy off grid.
  • This Dolly looks pretty in pink. But what’s my favourite colour? White? That doesn’t sound right. Maybe violet or indigo.
  • On a clear night like this, you need many stars. But it all moves in cycles.
  • In two lies and a truth, Dolly said: “In my life I have spent more than a year in hospital, I come from a long line of opera singers and I was the Broome Regional Women’s hot dog eating champion.”


Professor is low-key a spunk. I’m into it. Anyway, here are the Masked Singer Australia clues:

  • I’m the P-P-Professor and I want to make the world a better place.
  • Am I opinionated? The answer must be yes. But that’s not news.
  • Kn-knowledge is very important to me, even if it’s not the type you find at university.
  • Our mother universe is huge. The possibilities for love are just as big. As-as-as long as we have some faith.
  • I’m a scientist. I don’t believe in conspiracy theories. I’m always searching for the a-a-answer for the right cues.
  • I like to think outside the square. It makes me an outsider, but that’s OK.
  • I like to break stereotypes-types-types and go where others don’t.
  • When asked by the judges if he was single or have found love on The Bachelor or in Paradise, Professor responded: “I have certainly b-b-been a bachelor at times in my life. But to me, love is paradise.”

The second round of clues are:

  • I am Professor. And the universe is my playground. Success in my field comes when you least expect it. It can be a young scientist’s game.
  • But it is all a search for the meaning of life and love. Understanding is the heart of science.
  • There are some things that science can’t do yet. Like work out why everyone likes Mary.
  • Or make the perfect beer. I don’t have the Nobel prize – yet. But you need more than 10 fingers to count the big awards I’ve won.
  • It’s the side projects that add colour to my life.
  • I am Professor. I know how to win The Masked Singer.
  • When put through the ‘mind reader’, The Professor is shown to be thinking of the Venus de Milo, and says: “Life is art, and art repeats itself. Art is also always new.”

Professor was unfortunately revealed on the third episode of Masked Singer Australia, but to avoid spoilers, you can see who won here.


If Vampire isn’t Robert Pattinson or anyone from the Twilight franchise I will scream.

Here are the clues so far:

  • I am Vampire. And I am eternal. I do not fear the daylight. I embrace it and it embraced me.
  • It fed me when I was needing it. I am the child of vampires. Who I am runs through my blood. But vampires age slowly.
  • As a vampire, I have unexpected power. I don’t wish to be unkind, but do not underestimate me. Werewolves fear gold. Vampires do not. We revel in it. The heavier the better.
  • When asked if she came from an entertainment family, Vampire said: “Although vampires can be made, the purest vampire has it in the blood from birth.”

The second round of clues:

  • I am a modern vampire. The old church holds no fear for me. But that does not make me a hero.
  • Unlike most vampires, I glimpse my future in the daylight. I knew there would be difficulties, but I should fear nothing.
  • Vampires do not concern ourselves with the stupid things.
  • The nations of the earth have cheered me on. Tears have flowed too.
  • I have not slept since my teenage years.
  • My life is like a waking dream.
  • I am Vampire, and no masked singer can stand against me.
  • When put through the ‘mind reader’,  Vampire was shown to be thinking of Freddie Mercury and said: “In music, Freddie was the King. But who is the Queen?”

On our third night of clues, Vampire revealed:

  • I am Vampire. Tremble before me.
  • Am I a creature of Transylvania? Close.
  • But I have walked most of the Earth. Like a grand duchess, I rule all before me.
  • Vampires have no age. We are timeless.
  • A lifetime is but a day. I shall never be a crone. The night-time belongs to vampires. It is when we work and play.
  • It is what I wanted long before you ever heard my name.
  • I am vampire, and I shall rule tonight.

The fourth round of clues for Vampire are:

  • I am Vampire. Mystery surrounds me.
  • But I love life in all its erratic, blood-pumping beauty. What I wear is proof of that.
  • I was scarred by my childhood.
  • Surrounded constantly by my dream that always seemed to slip away into the distance.
  • I thought I wouldn’t make the cut.
  • Even for vampires, it is a world for men. But I have conquered that world, being a man that no man could be. I am Vampire. And I cannot be vanquished.

The fifth round of clues revealed:

  • I am Vampire. And my kind shall rule the earth.
  • For too long, I walked between two worlds, forever in the grey zone.
  • I was unloved by my own but strangers took me into their hearts. It’s important to do the thing you love without fear. But some people just can’t stay.
  • In my younger years, I was sustained by a craze. Now I walk alone.
  • For vampires, age is just a state of mind.
  • We can appear as old… or as young as we want.
  • I am Vampire. And I shall never die in this competition.

The sixth round revealed:

  • Even for a vampire, life has disappointment. The undead have troubles, are sick and tired,
    but we stand tall and carry on.
  • Vampires speak many tongues. But can be unheard by those closest to us. This is my choice.
  • I am the undead, but I live life every day. I have learnt to wait, for patience is a virtue. I followed my own Golden Brick Road. But not just gold. Silver. Platinum.
  • When troubles weigh heavy on your heart, see the world through rose-tinted glasses.
  • For two lies and a truth, Vampire said: “As a child, I had a one armed dentist, My debut album sold fewer than 1,000 copies and I have a 2010 World Cup soccer ball signed by Tim Cahill.”


Volcano is HOT and possibly from the UK judging by the song choice of ‘I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)’? Here are the Masked Singer clues:

  • I am the Volcano. And you never know when I’ll blow my top.
  • Volcanoes are here for a long time, NOT a good time! I know I have some dragon in my history, and that’s not unusual.
  • I don’t want to get emotional… ..but I remember when Hollywood called. Cultural differences were very big. But I’m someone who believes in grabbing life by the you-know-whats.
  • Whatever you think of me, respect my three records, although you probably only know of one, back when I was having the time of my life.
  • Us volcanoes believe in fighting fire with fire. Will I blow my top again?  You can set your watch by it.
  • When one of the judges asked whether they had been in an action movie, Volcano responded: “What I do is box-office gold and I won’t let anything stand in my way.”

Unfortunately, Volcano had to “take it off” in the first Masked Singer ep. But to avoid spoilers, click to see who Volcano really was here.


Kebab possibly being a woman was the biggest plot-twist on this show and honestly, abolish that heteronormativity!!

Here are the clues so far:

  • Yeah, no, I’m the Kebab. And I reckon I got the lot. I never stop.
  • I’m at it all day, every day. There’s nothing else I ever wanted to be.
  • I like the inner city. Quiet at times. But a bit of hot sauce…I go off. A real wild one.
  • Psst. I’ll let you in on a little secret. I get kissed by strangers.
  • It’s great being the Kebab and working for yourself. If you’re not the type who needs other people.
  • When one of the judges asked if Kebab is a man or a woman, they said: “Here’s what I can say about that. Mostly I’m one. But I have been known to be the other.”

The second round of clues are:

  • I’m the Kebab and I’m totally satisfying. We kebabs have a long and proud history, stretching all the way back to William the Conqueror.
  • But me, I’m Australian as. A real beach baby.
  • Do you know why kebab vans have wheels? Because we’re always on the move. But we keep coming back to the best spot.
  • Do you remember the first time you had a kebab? Unforgettable, right? Is the first time always the best? I am the Kebab. And I am all saucy tonight.
  • When put through the mind reader, Kebab shows a bible and said “We find inspiration in the most unexpected places.”

The third round of clues for Kebab are:

  • Yeah, I’m the Kebab. Always ready for a big night. I spilled some fat here on Tuesday. Yeah, this isn’t the first time I’ve cleaned up. A bit more.
  • You can’t have too much bleach, am I right?
  • There’s a lot of lambs for meat out there, but don’t stick your head up because you might lose it.
  • Kebabs can be amazing or dreadful. Either way, we enjoy ’em, right?
  • I’m the Kebab and I’m in for a great night.
  • In behind the scenes footage of Kebab, they were spotted trying on a skirt in the mirror.

In the fourth round, Kebab revealed:

  • Hey, I’m Kebab. You know you like me.
  • You know, I’ve been compared to other types of food.
  • Like I’m Australia’s answer to a hot dog.
  • Yeah! No, I’m a Kebab. But I wasn’t always happy being a Kebab. The life of a fast food can be lonely. Kebabs are a little exotic. I know I am.
  • You’d never describe me as white bread. And vanilla? Forget about it! Do you know the secret to a great Kebab?
  • It’s all about the filler. I mean, filling – lamb, beef, chicken – doesn’t matter. 
  • Anything you can find in the deli. I’m Kebab and you’ll love every moment with me.

The fifth round of clues are:

  • I’m Kebab. And I reckon I’m everyone’s guilty pleasure. I like to look good.
  • Nobody likes a messy kebab. And as a kebab I’m pretty desirable. A certain celebrity thinks so too. Wink. Wink.
  • But what happens on the kebab van stays on the kebab van.
  • I shot for the moon once. Did I aim too high? I don’t think so. One taste of the Kebab and you know I’m a winner.
  • But it’s an Aussie flavour others don’t appreciate.
  • I’m the Kebab. And I’m the king of late night.

The sixth round clues are:

  • Am I beef? Wouldn’t say that, mate. Am I a chicken? I’ve proved I am not.I might be lamb. Lamb to the slaughter. Am I Australia’s favourite late-night high-energy treat? Yes, I am. Better than some stuff I’ve eaten.
  • I love the nightlife. It’s when I do my best work.
  • Off duty, I like to frock up for fun.
  • For two lies and a truth, Kebab said: “I captained my school’s netball team, one of my thumbs is half the size of the other and ironically, the sound of thunder terrifies me.”


Lightning is hot. And no, that pun wasn’t intentional. They are really just sexy af!! This better not awaken anything…

The clues for this mask are:

  • I am Lightning. And you never know where I’ll strike next.
  • Lightning affects the airwaves, and my interference got noticed young.
  • I know how to make you notice me. 
  • I made other waves when I was young too. Solid state, absolutely. But I left the goals behind.
  • Am I driven? More…self-directed.
  • Following the path of least resistance. Going with the flow.
  • Not too many wrong turns. Although one crash did hurt.
  • I’ve been richer. And I’ve been poor. Nine months a year without a home.
  • Don’t overestimate a good education.
  • When the judges asked whether they travelled a lot, Lightning said: “Travel hasn’t always been my choice. But it led to my fame.”

The second round of clues are:

  • I am Lightning. High voltage all the time.
  • Do water and electricity mix? Not easily. But I am flexible in what I do. After all, you’re not 21 forever.
  • Although I ran a good race in Rio, I got tired of staying in my own lane. No more.
  • Strike while the lightning is hot. Lightning has a voice. But has it always been heard? Many millions have heard me speak, and I speak for those who have no words.
  • Lightning only goes in one direction, and that made all the difference.
  • When put through the mind reader, Lightning shows a mouse and said “I owe my career to my relationship with a mouse.”

The third round of clues for Lightning are:

  • Lightning never stays still. I dance about everywhere, and I always have.
  • I head to town, and move on.
  • You might think Lightning fears nothing. But I believe in facing my fears. That’s so Lightning of me.
  • I’m not afraid to hand out advice. I’m also not afraid to cry in public. But I am afraid to be alone. I don’t want to be single.
  • In behind the scenes footage of Lightning it shows her holding up the mask of tragedy and comedy.

In the fourth round, Lightning revealed:

  • I am Lightning… ..and I am a miracle.
  • You never see one bolt of lightning on its own.
  • We work together. We are here because of each other.
  • No fortune-teller could predict I would be here today. For a long time, even I didn’t know where I would be from day to day.
  • I just make it up as I go along.
  • Lightning and thunder go everywhere together.
  • In my case, Lightning follows Thunder.
  • It is the dance we do.
  • I am Lightning, and I promise you WILL remember me.


Everyone on the show was going on about Baby being so “cute” and “adorable”. Are we looking at the same baby?? Those shifty eyes give me the heebie jeebies. Also, I am absolutely convinced this Baby is Celeste Barber. Can’t wait to find out!

The clues for Baby’s identity are:

  • I’m Baby and I don’t ever want to grow up.
  • I love flowers. I’ve been around them all my life.
  • I’m a baby so I’m short, but not short for anything in particular.
  • Aren’t these animals perfect? Well, I don’t like perfection. It makes me go wahh, wahh!
  • Am I the type to spit the dummy? I am not. That’s a nasty web you weave when you do that. And watch out for the spider bites.
  • I’ve been front and centre. And I’ve been on the wings. Front and centre is better.
  • When asked if they are a comedian, Baby said: “I stand up for what I believe in. And I am known for having a good laugh.”

The second round of clues are:

  • Do I believe I can win The Masked Singer? Of course I do! I’ve crystallised it in my beliefs. And my beliefs are broad!
  • I’m wise beyond my years. There’s nothing school could teach me.
  • And, yet, the government come seeking MY advice.
  • I’m a baby, so I’m new.
  • A lot of people appreciate that about me. And when I’m big, there’ll be other new babies who need someone.
  • One day, I will have an all-consuming childhood dream. The only thing I want. And it will never happen. I’ll be known for something else.
  • I’m Baby and I’m gonna catch the other Masked Singers napping.
  • When put through the ‘mind reader’, Baby was shown to be thinking of a calendar that marked January 30th and 31st. Baby said: “Baby, can you please tell us what’s on your mind?”

The third round of clues for Baby are:

  • A lot of people look at me – thousands and thousands at a time.
  • Early on, I got used to not being first.
  • I have a distinguished sporting pedigree. Only one of four people to hold this honour. But don’t work up a sweat about it.
  • I like my booties. Do you? I think I’ll wear them forever. They are something I just can’t live without.
  • Waah! Waah! I really like that sound. And I love the sound of steam.
  • In the behind the scenes footage, Baby was shown making a cup of tea.

In the fourth round, Baby revealed:

  • I’m a baby, so I should enjoy dribbling but I don’t.
  • I want the big score, like a gift from heaven. I want to know my future. I don’t think I’ll have to wait long for it all to happen.
  • Not death! Run away! Run away!
  • Maybe I should get into music.
  • Although I have so much trouble with choruses. I oppose them one on one.
  • I like to play where it’s warm, not where it’s cold.
  • Maybe that’s why my family headed north.
  • I’m a baby and I’m gonna take The Masked Singer trophy!

The fifth round of clues are:

  • We all need to change.
  • But I don’t want you to see my bot-bot. That is something I dread all the time. That, and my American thighs.
  • From the very start, I felt weary, like an old mid-’60s Holden.
  • Lately, I’ve been feeling more benevolent.
  • I’m just a baby, which means I cry when I really want to roar. But I get my voice out there. I’m heard and I have a lot to say.
  • Being a baby means having a lot of trust in others, whether it’s one other person or a few more.
  • I’m Baby and I want to win real bad.


Duster’s costume is cuter than Baby, tbh. The Beauty And The Beast vibes are so camp, we love.

The clues for Duster are:

  • Why am I a Duster? Because I’m never happier than when I’m busy. 
  • Do I try to do too much? Probably. That’s because everything has to look just right.
  • Visuals are very important in my game.
  • I’m a self-made Duster. No one gave me a break.
  • At 17 my future was set and fame came with it.
  • I knew I would be truly ready for public attention if I just stayed in my lane.
  • I am always on the ball.
  • Still, I’ve had my share of ups and downs. But I know victory is always there.
  • My face is known to one fifth of the entire world.

Sadly, Duster was revealed in the second episode of Masked Singer Australia. You can check out their identity here.


This is definitely one of the more cursed masks. Like, this is what my nightmares are made of. I am terrified of the oceans and the things that crawl through its watery depths!!!

That being said, Atlantis is serving LEWKS. Also, their clues were suuuper interesting:

  • I am the great Atlantis, and I am the queen of all I see.
  • I am a goddess of water. I am fluid, taking many shapes and forms. But I have been punished just for being who I am. And I have been rewarded for the same reason.
  • I am a creature of the sea. The ocean was my original home.
  • The land holds mystery and disappointment for me. 
  • My world is colourful, but you wouldn’t know it. It’s not just black and white.
  • Fashions come and go, but words can last forever. Life is like that. 
  • I heard the siren of Hollywood many times.
  • But Washington only once. It was one of life’s happy accidents.
  • I am Atlantis and I shall be your queen.
  • When the judges asked if they are an actor, Atlantis said: “As Queen, I am whatever I choose to be. And I am familiar with being someone else.”

The second round of clues are:

  • I am Atlantis. Deep, mysterious, and powerful. Am I Chinese? It would be easy to have that belief, but I wasn’t there long. The West was where my ambition led me
  • You don’t like what I have to say? Many others do.
  • Like the waves, my path has not been straight. But like water, nothing can hold me back for long. Words have been my life, but also my greatest danger.
  • You don’t like what I have to say? Many others do.
  • Don’t confuse me for a shop girl, or Marilyn, even. Perhaps I am a do-gooder. I would be happy with that.
  • I am Atlantis, and no one can resist a force of nature.
  • When put through the mind reader, Atlantis was shown thinking about a nat and said: “I’ve had a gnat on my mind my entire life.”

The third round of clues are:

  • I am Atlantis, and I am bringing the storm. I am who I am…..although the papers may not agree. That’s my trouble. But children believe in me and I believe in them.
  • La, la, la, la, la, la, la… _ My voice has been my downfall and my saviour.
  • But I learnt from the greatest when I knew so little.
  • And what I achieved is epic. The great Atlantis has no true nemesis, no enemy.
  • In the behind the scenes footage, Atlantis had glitter sprinkled on her face.

Atlantis had to take it off, but turns out she’s music royalty. Holy shit!!!! To avoid spoilers head to our yarn about who was under the mask here.


I really hope there is a hot person behind this mask so I can say it’s filled with eye candy. Hehe.

The clues are:

  • I’m the Piñata and this time, I’m taking a big stick to the opposition.
  • I’ve moved many, many times, chasing my dreams. Luckily, I’m comfortable with both home and away.
  • Piñata don’t have claws… ..usually. I’ve learned to be aggressive.
  • Other times, I’m soft and cuddly.
  • When I started my career, I had the luck of the Irish. And my luck never really left me. I’d bet my name on it.
  • Although I did back the wrong group in Melbourne.
  • My brethren have supported me all the way. To be sure, to be sure.
  • You’d never guess I was a scholar. Looks can be deceiving. Right? 
  • You haven’t seen everything Piñata has to offer. I’ve got plenty of surprises inside.
  • When the judges asked if Piñata was born in the UK, they responded: “Let me say this much. Australia has become my home away from home.”

The second round of clues are:

  • I’m a pinata, which means I can take punishment, but I’ve got plenty of hits under my belt too.
  • In my business, natural talent only gets you so far.
  • To be successful, you really have to try and no horsing around.
  • To be successful, you really have to try, and no horsing around.
  • I’m colourful and I’m comfortable with others dressed colourfully – red, yellow, purple – whatever. And I’m not afraid to unwrap my presents in public.
  • This Pinata ain’t just hanging around. I’m gonna fly, like I always do.
  • When put through the ‘mind reader’, Piñata was shown to be thinking of the moon and said: “Pinatas are asked to work in the weirdest places.”

Unfortunately the Piñata had to take it off in the fourth ep, but to avoid spoilers you can have a peek here.


Rubble is the unexpected Paw Patrol guest we didn’t see coming. I think it’s safe to say the show has gone barking mad.

  • Am I a dog? You can’t judge me. That would be a turnaround. Life’s tough for everyone. We all have our own troubles.
  • Some, we bring on ourselves, some not. So be careful what you say about me, day or night.
  • Ooh! Ooh! Pizza!
  • I love music. I love talented performers.
  • I don’t let the truth get in the way of a good story. Cancel that one – I’m more…presidential.
  • Now I feel like chasing a car – something expensive, of course. Hear my voice howl out.

Well, unfortunately Rubble had to “take it off” and I honestly would’ve rather he kept it on. To avoid spoilers you can check out who was behind the mask here.

Remember to keep your eyes peeled for more Masked Singer Australia clues, because this list is about to get YUGGGGGGE.