We were delighted when the wackiest singing competition on TV returned earlier this month. As usual, ITV have pulled out all of the stops to create a range of brand new incredible costumes for series three of The Masked Singer.
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Series three has already proved itself as just as entertaining and several famous faces have been unveiled to the audience and judges Davina McCall, Jonathan Ross, Mo Gilligan and Rita Ora so far. Ahead of the latest episode this weekend, no doubt full of head-scratching clues, catch up on who was has been unmasked up until now…
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Episode seven of The Masked Singer saw another double elimination as well as welcoming Hollywood legend, Dame Joan Collins, onto the judging panel. The A-list actress, along with the regular stars on the panel, were shocked when Rockhopper turned out to be Destiny's Child superstar, Michelle Williams! After her reveal, Michelle said she was "cracking up" at the judges not being able to guess her true identity.
This isn't Michelle's first Masked Singer rodeo. The former girlband member even appeared on the US version of the show in its second season, where she was dressed as Butterfly.
Rockhopper turned out to be Michelle Williams
Traffic Cone has blown everyone away with his impressive vocal abilities over the past few weeks. It turns out, classical music star Aled Jones was the real identity. The singer, who is best-known perhaps shooting to fame with his cover of We're Walking in the Air, said he loved taking part in the show and even joked: "Can I go back to singing classical songs now?"
Welsh classical singer Aled Jones was Traffic Cone
Last week the show aired its first double elimination and first to be sent home after receiving the fewest votes from the audience was Firework. When they took off their mask, both judges and the audience were surprised to learn that the celebrity behind the mask was After Hours star Jaime Winstone.
Fireworks was revealed to be Jaime Winstone
Speaking about her time in the competition, Jaime said that she took part in the show for her son, Raymond, but she hadn't revealed to him that she'd be taking part in the show.
The second celebrity singer to be sent home in the brutal double eliminiation was Doughnuts, who turned out to be footballing legend, Michael Owen. He said he thought every football fan in the UK would be surprised to see him on the show - and we certainly were!
Footballing legend Michael Owen was Doughnuts
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Next it was Poodle's time to say goodbye after being voted off by the audience. It turns out, the singer behind the bright and colourful costume was Keane frontman, Tom Chaplin. The musician is best-known for the band's hit singles including Somewhere Only We Know and Everybody's Changing.
Keane frontman Tom Chaplin was Poodle
Following Will Young's reveal the week prior, episode four revealed which famous face was behind the Bagpipes costume. The judges and audience were shocked to learn that the celebrity behind the mask was Australian professional tennis player, Pat Cash!
The sportsman admitted he'd secretly longed for a career in music in a statement after he was revealed. "I've always been a frustrated rock star and fancied doing The Masked Singer from the first day I saw it," he said.
Pat Cash was Bagpipes
Episode three saw another round of performances with even more clues as to who is behind the masks. But, at the end of the show, it was Lionfish who had to reveal their true identity.
Will Young was Lionfish
It turns out that Lionfish was singer and Pop Idol winner Will Young! The artist said of his time on the show: "I thought the challenge of disguising my voice would be fantastic and also I loved the idea of playing a character!"
The second episode saw Snow Leopard voted off after another tense sing-off. The animal costume ended up being TV presenter and Loose Women panellist Gloria Hunniford OBE.
TV presenter Gloria Hunniford was behind the Snow Leopard mask
Gloria, 81, explained to viewers why she wanted to take part: "I genuinely love this programme, I couldn't believe it when I was asked to take part. I'm of a certain age and it was a challenge. It sounded like a lot of fun and I thought I'd like to try it."
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Week one saw the masks take to the stage for the first time to try and impress judges. However, after the audience voted it down to just two contenders, it was Chandelier who was voted off the show and told to unmask.
Heather Small was Chandelier
Eventually, it was revealed that M People singer Heather Small was behind the mask. Heather had disguised her signature voice so as not to immediately give the game away. "The challenge was to disguise my voice so the panel couldn’t get to guess who I was," the star said. "I wanted it to be a real surprise and I think I achieved that."
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