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Masked Singer UK teases season 2 costumes in new first look clip

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The Masked Singer returns in 2021 (Picture: ITV)

The return of the Masked Singer UK is just around the corner, and fans have now been treated to a first look clip from season two.

A new collection of larger-than-life costumes is teased in the new video, which shows the wacky creations in silhouette. But can you make out what they are?

It’s a little hard to tell, but it looks like there’s a dinosaur and a giant swan in among the crazy outfits, as well as ballerina with a huge flower for a head.


We’ll have to wait until next year to see them in all their glory, but it’s sure to get fans excited – especially after some feared the second season wouldn’t be going ahead at all.

Many suspected that filming on the show might get shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic earlier this year.

Thankfully though, presenter Joel recently confirmed that filming for the season has already been wrapped up, with the weird and wonderful show back on ITV next year.

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Joel Dommett has already seen The Masked Singer costumes (Picture: ITV)

Joel also recently said that the costumes on next year’s series are ‘even better’ than series one – so watch this space.

Things will look a little different on the upcoming season, with Mo Gilligan replacing Ken Jeong due to restrictions on international travel.

The Bafta-winning comedian is set to take a chair, joining the likes of Davina McCall, Rita Ora and Jonathan Ross as they figure out who’s behind the mask in the wildly popular show.

The Masked Singer will return in 2021.


Credit: Original article published here.

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