Who is Mother Nature from The Masked Singer?

THE BIG reveal of contestant Mother Nature came on Sept. 13 ahead of the Sept. 22 Season 6 premiere of The Masked Singer.

Host Nick Cannon said this season will have more surprises in store and more elaborate costumes than before.


Mother Nature is a character who will appear on season 6 of the Masked SingerCredit: Fox

What is Mother Nature’s costume?

The costume is something akin to Te Fiti, the goddess from Disney’s Moana. Twitter users speculated as early as Dec. 2020 about the Season 6 costumes, and one user said, “They got Te Fiti on the masked singer?”

Another user echoed the opinion on Sept. 15 via YouTube and said, “Mother nature looks like Te Fiti from moana lol, hahaha😂😂😂😂😂😂.”

Mother Nature is cloaked in a layer of green, with flowers covering the long tresses falling in waves over a brown mask, resembling tree bark.

What are fans saying?

Excitement bubbled over after the costume reveal on YouTube, Reddit, and Twitter as fans voiced their support. Fans said this might be their favorite costume as they expressed their excitement for the upcoming season.

Speculations surfaced about the singer behind the mask, include singers Kesha, Shakira, and actress Aisha Tyler.

Several individuals expressed an opinion that the costume closely resembles Kesha, making her a popular guess.

How does Mother Nature’s costume rank against other contestants?

Since the costumes were revealed, fans are categorizing their favorite costumes ahead of the two-day premiere.

The discussion ranking The Masked Singer costumes is ongoing among viewers whose opinions range from putting Mother Nature in the number one spot to ranking the costume as number nine out of the sixteen contestants.

Where can you watch The Masked Singer?

The Masked Singer premieres on Sept. 22 at 8pm EST. Viewers can watch it on Fox, or live stream on fuboTV, AT&T TV, and Hulu plus.

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