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Hormiga (translated as Ant), often known as Hormiga Reina (translated as Queen Ant), is a masked celebrity on the third season of ¿Quién es la máscara?.

It was later revealed that the celebrity underneath the mask was Adriana Monsalve.


Hormiga wears a puffy plaid suit with different patterns and puffy white sleeves. The mask itself is the head of an ant wearing a red and gold crown.


Week Song Selection Result
3 "Mi razón de ser" by Banda MS ELIM


Week Clue (Translated)
3 "Make way, friends, because the Queen Ant is here. Ta-da! And it's me. I know, I know what you're thinking, how pretty I am, how cute I am, but I'm much more than that. Since I was a child I have survived several wars with my talent and I made a promise to myself to be the hardest worker. The key to fight it is to activate my antennae, to know how to listen, and to run! In every group of ants, brotherhood is the most precious thing because in my reign the greatest gift is life, and although a queen ant represents the only one, hold on, because there are more of us every time, and no one can commit the crime of fumigating us. Because a queen is unforgettable and an ant is always a friend, so activate your antennae because we are going for everything."
Clue Answers
The crown is a reference to Venezuela, for being the birthplace of beauty queens.
The "Ant Girls" sign in her clue package alludes to the group "Las Chicas" where she used to sing in her youth.
She claims to be "the only one," because at one time she was the only sports journalist taken seriously.

Final Guesses[]

Week Carlos' Guess Juanpa's Guess Mónica's Guess Yuri's Guess
3 Martha Higareda Karla Díaz Martha Higareda Ana Bárbara


  • The mask was revealed on September 22, 2021.[1]
  • El Escorpión Dorado had a minor guess saying that Adriana Monsalve could be Unicornio on season 2.
  • She is the first contestant in Season 3 to not have her identity guessed right by any of the panelists.
  • Hormiga made a guest appearance in the fifth clue package for Carnívora.