The Squiggly Monster On The Masked Singer May Be This Famous Sitcom Star

The Group C performers finally took the The Masked Singer stage in front of judges Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Ken Jeong, and Nicole Scherzinger. This batch of contestants consists of Broccoli, Jellyfish, Lips, Mushroom and Squiggly Monster, according to Gold Derby.

Group A and Group B have already performed twice each this season. Rapper Busta Rhymes (Dragon) and Beverly Hills, 90210 actor Brian Austin Green (Giraffe) were booted from Group A, while actor Mickey Rourke (Gremlin) and NFL player Mark Sanchez (Baby Alien) said their goodbyes from Group B. Once some characters are eliminated from Group C, the remaining contestants will all perform in the same night in hopes of stumping fans and judges alike to take home the champion title for the fourth season of The Masked Singer.

Speaking of stumping the judges, Masked Singer acts are almost always nearly impossible to pinpoint. The keyword being almost. Fans think they have already uncovered the mystery celebrity behind the Squiggly Monster.

Squiggly Monster may be a Full House star

The internet is convinced that the Squiggly Monster on The Masked Singer is Bob Saget, who played the caring and comical Danny Tanner on Full House. To start off, the Squiggly Monster is much taller than The Masked Singer's host, Nick Cannon, who stands at six feet, according to Entertainment Weekly. And what do you know, Saget is 6-foot-4-inches.

The towering height is just the beginning of the theory. Before Squiggly Monster made his official debut, fans were treated to a hint prior to the season premiere. "It's very fitting that I have so many appendages," Squiggly Monster said as his first official clue. "After all, I'm known for having a lot of hands to latch onto." Viewers have noted that this line sounds quite a bit like the "hand to hold onto" line from the classic Full House theme song.

These clues just scratch the surface of who may be hiding behind Squiggly Monster's adorable mask, as there were a myriad of telling hints dropped by Squiggly Monster's first official clue package.

Masked Singer's Squiggly Monster has dropped many hints

As Entertainment Weekly noted, the first official clue package presented by The Masked Singer's Squiggly Monster has Full House written all over it. In the segment, the cute monster refers to themselves as a "father figure," which is precisely what Bob Saget played on the famous sitcom. Furthermore, they are seen behind a news desk in the video, which feels like a not-so-subtle nod to Danny Tanner's line of work: Saget's Full House character co-hosted Wake Up, San Francisco with Lori Loughlin's character.

If that doesn't get your mind turning, the hosting shot could also refer to Saget's longtime run on America's Funniest Home Videos. And when Squiggly Monster addresses their "fellow Americans" and says "people always roll their eyes at me, but now I can roll all mine at them"? Could be another hint about America's Funniest Home Videos, which does indeed present a plethora of videos that make you want to shake your head or simply roll your eyes in astonishment. Moreover, Saget is also a stand-up comedian whose notoriously dirty shows can easily provoke a similar reaction.

Plus, the clue package calls Squiggly Monster the "hyperactive voice of the people," which may hint at Saget's voice acting roles as the narrator in America's Funniest Home Videos and as future Ted Mosby's voice in How I Met Your Mother. Rounding off the television role clues is Squiggly Monster's video game themed package, which says they have "1/100 Lives." Saget, of course, hosted the NBC game show 1 vs. 100.

Ken Jeong is in one of Squiggly Monster's clues

Ken Jeong sure was perplexed when his photo showed up in Squiggly Monster's debut clue package. That said, there seems to be an easy explanation: Entertainment Weekly reported that the Hangover actor participated in a charity fundraiser Bob Saget organized in 2019. Plus, Saget appeared on the Masked Singer spin-off show I Can See Your Voice, which is hosted by Jeong. It is clear the two comedians have a history, which would explain why Jeong appears in the clue package — assuming Squiggly Monster is Saget, that is. 

If you are still not convinced of this overwhelming amount of evidence, you can watch Squiggly Monster's performance of Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Have You Seen the Rain," which sounds strikingly similar to Saget. Fans can catch The Masked Singer on Wednesday nights on NBC to follow the fate of the Squiggly Monster.