Celebrity panellist Dave Hughes, who joins the likes of radio star Jackie "O" Henderson, singer Dannii Minogue and comedian Urzila Carlson on the guessing panel, admits he has no idea who any of the talent are but knows the A-list names this year are top-notch.
"I've been told the first series did so well that every singer has put their hand up to get involved now, so the quality apparently is really good," Hughsey has said.
"I think it's just a really fun format. I'm excited to see who's under the masks as much as anyone is. On the judging panel, the guessing panel, or whatever you want to call it, we've got no idea. I really think the whole 'who the hell is it?' is the secret to the show. The secrecy is next-level," the funnyman added.
During the premiere, retired tennis ace Mark Philippoussis was unveiled as the first celebrity singer masquerading as the echidna!
So as more names are revealed each week, keep scrolling as we round up exactly who every single celebrity is on the 2020 series of The Masked Singer Australia.
PUPPET: There were no strings attached when Puppet revealed his mask and the star underneath was none other than Red Wiggle, Simon Pryce.
KITTEN: Sinking her claws into the Kitten costume was the formiddable comedian, actress and TV host, Julia Morris.
CACTUS: Her energetic rendition of Bonnie Tyler's ballad Total Eclipse Of The Heartjust wasn't enough to prickle the fancy of the judging panel and the voters, meaning actress and singer Lucy Durack, 37, was revealed to be the cactus.
WIZARD: He cast a spell over the audience but the magic had all but dried up when Wizard was eliminated and unmasked to reveal The X Factor's Isiah Firebrace.
DRAGONFLY: Surprising no one, Sophie Monk was outed as Dragonfly, which many fans had picked from day one. After the reveal, heads were turned when Sophie's former Bardot bandmate Tiffani Wood took aim.
Sloth: Slow and steady didn't win the race for poor old Sloth - who was revealed to be national treasure Katie Noonan.
GOLDFISH: Despite a killer performance, Goldfish was ultimately flushed down the toilet and revealed to be iconic singer Christine Anu, 50.
HAMMERHEAD: Cricket legend Michael Bevan was the man behind the elaborate shark costume.
ECHIDNA: The prickly mammal has been unveiled as retired tennis champ Mark Philippoussis, 43.
This article originally appeared on our sister site Now To Love.