Who Has Been Unmasked So Far On 'The Masked Singer' Season 7?

The Masked Singer's 2022 season comes to an end on May 18, when the finalists from the three rounds will battle it out to be named the winner.

The Fox show has so far unveiled 10 contestants, leaving just Firefly, Ringmaster, Prince, Space Bunny and the Queen Cobra remaining.

The Season 7 unmaskings on The Masked Singer have revealed many different types of celebrity.

Though this has made it a less satisfying season for those who like to try and guess the acts based on their singing voices, it has made for some viral moments—most famously, that very controversial reveal of Rudy Giuliani as the Jack in the Box.

Other unmaskings have included singers, actors, models and even magicians.

Here is who was inside the costumes who has been revealed so far.

All the Contestants Revealed on The Masked Singer 2022

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Nick Cannon and the McTerrier (aka Duff Goldman) on "The Masked Singer" Season 7. Fox

McTerrier — Duff Goldsman

The Masked Singer's first red herring was a very Scottish dog.

When he was unmasked, it was not a Scottish celebrity at all but Baltimore pastry chef Duff Goldman, whose culinary confections will be well known to Food Network fans from its docu-series Ace of Cakes.

The chef was nearly unmasked early when his head fell off during the performance, but his identity was not revealed until his performance of "Working for the Weekend" by Loverboy saw him become the first contestant to be eliminated.

Ram — Joe Buck

The NFL sportscaster has had quite the year.

He became the lead play-by-play announcer for Monday Night Football, he did one of TV's most respectable gigs by hosting Jeopardy!, and then he did ... well, let's say the slightly less respectable gig, of being a Masked Singer contestant.

Buck and his gladiator-inspired costume got through to the second show with his performance of "I Want You To Want Me" by Cheap Trick, but his cover "Learn To Fly" by Foo Fighters sent the sportscaster to the locker room early.

Cyclops — Jorge Garcia

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Cyclops (aka Jorge Garcia) on "The Masked Singer" Season 7. Fox

Best known as Hurley from Lost, Garcia became the second member of Team Bad to be shown the door.

Many users guessed the actor after the second week clue "my favorite musician wanted to feature me on their new album" pointed to the cover of Weezer's famous album cover featuring the actor.

He performed three songs before exiting the show: "My Sacrifice" by Creed," Suspicious Minds" by Elvis Presley, and "Flashdance (What a Feeling)" by Irene Cara.

Thingamabob — Jordan Mailata

Episode 3 was the season's first double elimination, with Garcia going alongside Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle Jordan Mailata.

The eagle and the tackle in his clue package were massive clues to the identity of the Australian sports star, who performed three songs in his gremlin-style costume: "Wanted Dead or Alive" by Bon Jovi, "Perfect" by Ed Sheeran, and "Classic" by MKTO.

Lemur — Christie Brinkley

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Nick Cannon and Lemur (aka Christie Brinkley) on "The Masked Singer" Season 7. Fox

Round two began with the elimination of the iconic former Cover Girl model. Masked Singer judge Ken Jeong was actually able to guess Lemur's identity in a rare semi-serious guess for the Community actor.

Lemur's sole performance was "I Feel the Earth Move" by Carole King.

Hydra — Penn & Teller

The Masked Singer tried to "Fool Us" by giving the magician pair's costume three head—and the pair tried to trick viewers by having the usual silent Teller take lead vocals on the songs "Hey, Soul Sister" by Train, and "Sharp Dressed Man" by ZZ Top.

That did not stop guest judge Nicole Byer from guessing the identity of the illusionists.

Armadillo — Duane Chapman

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Armadillo (aka Duane Chapman, aka Dog the Bounty Hunter) on "The Masked Singer" Season 7. Fox

Anything is possible on The Masked Singer: a dog can even become an armadillo.

More specifically, Dog the Bounty Hunter could last three episodes in the Armadillo costume, performing "Secret Agent Man" by Johnny Rivers, "I Fought The Law" by The Bobby Fuller Four, and "Amazing Grace."

Both Nicole Byer and Jenny McCarthy guessed the identity of the reality star.

Miss Teddy — Jennifer Holliday

Amazingly, it took six weeks for an actual singer to be unmasked on Season 7 (though if we are right in our predictions, there are a few more to be revealed).

Jennifer Holliday may be famous for singing ​​"And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" in Dreamgirls, but the Tony winner had to leave alongside Chapman at the end of Round 2 after performing "Tell It to My Heart" by Taylor Dayne, "Tell Me You Love Me" by Demi Lovato, and "Mercy" by Duffy.

Nicole Byer continued her strong run by guessing the singer, as did guest judge Leslie Jordan.

Jack in the Box — Rudy Giuliani

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Jack in the Box (aka Rudy Giuliani) on "The Masked Singer" Season 7. Fox

In August 2021, Vanity Fair reported that the former Mayor of New York and lawyer to President Donald Trump was in financial difficulty, perhaps explaining why he became the second controversial Republican politician after Sarah Palin to appear on the Fox show.

Giuliani took time from his problems to get kicked off in the first episode of round three after performing "Bad to the Bone" by George Thorogood and the Destroyers.

As teased before the season aired, it also led to the first judge walk-out in the show's history.

Baby Mammoth — Kirstie Alley

Round three has been a busy one for Donald Trump supporters, with the Cheers actor and celebrity scientologist also getting unmasked early in the round.

The actor, who once said her support of Trump led to her being "blackballed" by Hollywood, still has enough celebrity clout to appear on The Masked Singer in a costume which has the largest head in the show's history.

She performed "Walkin' After Midnight" by Patsy Cline and "The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)" by Cher, and her identity was guessed by Jenny McCarthy.

The Masked Singer Season 7 continues Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.