“The Masked Singer” season 6 debuted on September 22, and five celebrity stars have already headed home.

The show is hosted by Nick Cannon and features a celebrity panel of judges, including Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy-Wahlberg, Ken Jeong, and Nicole Scherzinger.

The first celebrity eliminated this season was NBA player Dwight Howard, 35, who performed as the Octopus. Howard plays for the Los Angeles Lakers and has the distinction of being an NBA champion and an eight-time All Star.

The second player eliminated was “Independence Day” actress Vivica A. Fox, 57, who performed as Mother Nature. She said she wanted to join the show in order to challenge herself and do something new.

The third player eliminated, Pufferfish, might go down in history as one of the biggest “The Masked Singer” upsets, as seven-time Grammy Winner Toni Braxton, 54, was eliminated.

The “Un-Break My Heart” singer wore a mask underneath her mask for extra COVID-19 protection, stunting her powerhouse vocals, which is one reason why she may have been eliminated so early from the competition.

The next singer eliminated was rapper Tyga, 31, who performed as the Dalmatian. He said he was inspired by Lil Wayne’s run, who was eliminated during the season 3 premiere as the Robot.

In last night’s shocking elimination, Baby was unmasked to reveal stand-up comedian and actor Larry the Cable Guy, 58.

In an interview after his unmasking, he revealed that “everybody was super fun and super nice,” adding, “They said it would be fun and you would have a blast, and it was all that stuff. I'm glad I did it. It's all about entertaining and making people laugh and doing something fun that's totally different, and that's what it was.”