The Masked Singer has returned for Season 2, and the contestants and better than ever, and so are their costumes. But there's also another thing that's gotten better this season: the guesses from the audience. The first two singers unmasked, Johnny Weir and Ninja, were both Twitter consensus picks before the first vote was cast. The question is, can audiences guess all the contestants this well? For instance, who is The Ladybug on The Masked Singer? The clues might be enough for fans to guess correctly.
To be clear, not every contestant has a consensus pick. Fans are convinced they know who the Butterfly is, for example, but there seems to be no firm answer on the Leopard. The costumes are better this time, in terms of being able to see how the contestants move on stage, but the masks still give nothing away. Also, the singing voices are still semi-distorted via autotune, just like the first season. So unless it's a person fans have seen sing before on TV (looking at you, Rottweiler), it's likely the guesses from voice alone shouldn't be trusted.
Then there are those maddening clues that the show gives out. Most of them are useless and misleading. (One contestant met the president, they say. They don't say the president of what.) But even so, away from the flashing lights and distractions, perhaps there is a way to figure it out.