The Masked Singer: all the clues as fans guess which stars are inside Mushroom, RoboBunny and Firework01/01/2022
A FRESH set of bizarre characters had armchair detectives on the edge of their seats tonight as The Masked Singer returned.
Joel Dommett oversaw the madness as viewers were drip fed cryptic clues to guess who is behind the disguises.
We've broken down all the clues from episode one to help you try and crack the mystery.
This woodland woman had a northern accent in her VT but it appeared to switch to Irish when she performed Bjork's It's Oh So Quiet.
This person is very laid back, telling the audience they are mellow and promoting "peace and love, man".
Two guesses that keep cropping up from fans are Aisling Bea and one of the Derry Girls – but are they right?
This tough cookie spoke with an American accent and sang with a vocal big enough for two people.
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After performing Whitney Houston classic Saving all my love for you, Bunny turnedaround to reveal a QR code on his back.
When scanned, it said: "I might be made of metal but that doesn't stop me making a splash."
The clue didn't appear to be too much help, and the most popular guess is Westlife's Mark Feehily.
This glazed snack was one of the night's funnest characters, as well as the one who viewers are most confident they know who it is.
The energetic dessert revealed they have a sweet tooth, are speedy, sporty, and definitely not lazy.
Their rendition of Eye of the Tiger proved they're definitely not a professional singer, and the fist pump celebration after going through to the next round was reminiscent of footballer Michael Owen.
Davina McCall even noticed a Merseyside accent too. Could she be right?
This exotic sea creature said they are full of soul and partial to a cheesy joke. Possibly a late starter in their career, they are gentle but able to defend themselves when necessary.
A powerful Nessum Dorma revealed a big voice, but does that mean it's someone from the world of opera? Fans weren't convinced and guessed it was comedian Jason Manford.
This colourful explosion of energy was loud, fun and eager to please.
Speaking with a northern accent, she told how she liked to make people smile and had an eye for style.
Her vocals for Jessie J's Domino could be those of a professional singer, with guesses including Jane McDonald and model Jodie Kidd.
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