As we prepare for The Masked Singer season 2 to premiere on Fox a little bit later this year, the network’s finding a way to keep us excited. Take, for example, introducing us to one of the show’s more ridiculous costumes — the Tree.
This one (at least by virtue of some of what we’re seeing in the video below) appears to be one of the more cumbersome of outfits. It’s bulky and maybe not the easiest to move around in; beyond just that, you have the face at the top. This is probably not the easiest costume to see out of … and that’s just putting it lightly.
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Over the course of The Masked Singer season 2, we’ll get a chance to see how easy or difficult it is to learn the Tree’s identity. One of the things we’ve come to learn about this show through season 1 was that they were a little TOO eager in order to give a lot of clues away early. This is a show that shouldn’t be impossible for families watching at home on the couch, but it also should take longer than the first episode or two in order to figure most of these singers’ identities out.
While we don’t get to hear Tree’s performance in the video below, there are a couple of fascinating hints. It sounds as though they have a glamorous side … but also that they may have some sort of history with food. They could be a performer who also dabbles in cooking, a celebrity chef with a knack for the finer things in life, or someone who feels like they are a throwback to a different time — hence the look of the tree? The food clues could end up being red herrings in the end.
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