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The best fan theories for The Masked Singer so far

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Francesca Shillcock
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We're loving The Masked Singer on ITV. So far, three celebrity names have been revealed as the mystery singers on the competition, but there'll still plenty of others to unmask.

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Since the show began on Boxing Day, many theories have been circulating on social media about who are the famous faces behind the wacky costumes. Check out some of the best guesses below…

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Sausage has been wowing judges with their incredible voice. Described as a "tomboy and a bit of a silly sausage," many have been perplexed on who it could be. However, some fans are convinced it's Loose Women star and former X Factor finalist Stacey Solomon. Meanwhile, others seem to think Sheridan Smith could be behind the mask.

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Sausage has wowed with their singing skills

Bush Baby

Bush Baby has a notable Australian accent, leading many to think Jason Donovan is they mystery celeb. Another notable Aussie star that has been put forward is Peter Andre. But, is the accent just a red herring?

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Could Jason Donovan be Bush Baby?


Badger has done well to perplex the judges, with many of them changing their answers week to week on who it could be. Fans of the show have put forward guesses such as Mick Hucknall and The Streets' frontman Mike Skinner.

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Badger is self-confessed rocker


Blob describes themselves as "bright and bold" and even said that they'd been called "four eyes" in the past. This lead to many fans thinking Noel Edmonds, who performed alongside Mr Blobby, is the mystery singer.

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Who's behind Blob?


The clue for Harlequin reads: "Harlequin could be a joker in the pack or a stunning singer", which has led many to think a comedian and stage star could be the mask's true identity. Once again, Sheridan Smith became a popular guess for this mask. We'll have to wait and see!

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Some think Sheridan Smith could be Harlequin


Viking has viewers convinced that a Scotsman is behind the mask and Love Island's Iain Stirling has been put forward as a guess. Elsewhere, other fans reckon that James Blunt is behind the mask, while some think the Viking mask is a nod to Game of Thrones star Alfie Allen.

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Who's behind Viking?


Robin was commended by the judges for his "swag", especially during their performance of Justin Timberlake's Can't Stop the Feeling. One of the clues Robin gave away was that they "are light on their feet", making the judges think it could be boxer. However, viewers at home seem to think that JLS star and former Strictly Come Dancing contestant Aston Merrygold could be the one.

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Robin was praised for his "swag"

Grandfather Clock

One clue from Grandfather Clock that got fans talking was when they said "who knows when you might need extra time", leading many to believe that Chris Kamara is the celebrity behind the mask.

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Many think Chris Kamara is behind Grandfather Clock


Like Bush Baby, Dragon has an accent. This time, it's an American accent was given away when they said: "The thing about dragons is they're all fire and strength on the outside but underneath they just want to be loved."

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Who could Dragon be?

Fans on social media have put forward guesses such as Susan Calman, Sue Perkins and H from Steps.

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