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The Masked Singer: Joel Dommett teases ‘amazing’ final with names fans ‘definitely haven’t guessed’

Joel has teased some surprises in store for fans (Picture: ITV)

The Masked Singer host Joel Dommett will be back to unmask two more stars on Saturday night – but it seems they might be completely unexpected names.

Poodle was the latest to leave the ITV series after landing in the bottom two with Robobunny last weekend.

He was revealed as Keane lead singer Tom Chaplin underneath the mask after fans believed him to be Mika or Gary Barlow.

But with avid watchers declaring this the hardest season of the guessing game yet, even host Joel agrees.

He revealed fans are still no closer to uncovering the identities of some of the remaining seven stars, saying he feels the broadcaster made it ‘harder on purpose’ this year.

Joel shared: ‘Some people are saying online, and I think I agree, they have made it harder obviously on purpose because in the last few series people were getting names maybe a little bit early.

Tom Chaplin on The Masked Singer UK (Picture: ITV)

‘There are a few names that people are definitely not getting. I’m not seeing these names at all,’ he told The Mirror.

In the weeks to come, ITV viewers will see one celebrity become the winner of the third season of The Masked Singer UK.

Joel went on to say he’s very excited for one name, in particular, to be unmasked, adding: ‘The final is amazing and one of the names I am very excited about.’

Panda is one of the remaining contestants on The Masked Singer (Picture: ITV)

Who could he be talking about? We can’t wait to find out, that’s for sure!

Elsewhere, Metro.co.uk recently caught up with the brains behind the weird and wonderful costumes on the show, Tim Simpson.

He divulged a few clues about the outfits that will definitely help viewers get the ideas flowing.

Panda’s costume features various badges like a Scout would earn through activities and expeditions.

With fans wondering their significance, Tim confirmed these features definitely do mean something – but he isn’t sure what.

Speaking of Traffic Cone, he outlined: ‘During the series, we make various changes to Traffic Cone, various adornments.

‘Because Traffic Cone’s so plain and frankly weird looking, it was necessary to add extras, and sometimes they’re to do with the song and sometimes they’re to do with the performer, but again, there’s only a select group of people who actually know what the clues are.’

The Masked Singer continues on Saturday at 7pm on ITV. 

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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