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The Masked Singer UK: Who is Chandelier? All the clues and theories

Is this The Masked Singer UK’s most glamorous contestant? (Picture: ITV)

Chandelier was one of the first new characters to perform on The Masked Singer UK season 3.

The unknown celebrity competed against Doughnuts in the first show of the series, while Mushroom faced off versus Robobunny and Lionfish was paired with Firework.

Judges Rita Ora, Jonathan Ross, Davina McCall and Mo Gilligan were left in awe by the first set of performances, ahead of the second episode on Sunday evening.

So who could Chandelier be in real life? The clues that have been revealed so far have sparked all sorts of theories among TV viewers.

Let’s explore what the clues could mean.

All the clues and theories for Chandelier

Chandelier dazzled the judges with their vocals (Picture: ITV)
  • Chandelier has as boat on top of their costume, possibly a nod to Blue Peter.
  • Chandeliers, and it’s suggested wealth, wasn’t a ‘feature’ in their ‘early life’.
  • They ‘keep their cards close to their chest’. A possible reference to game shows or magic.
  • Suitcases in the hallway imply they’re an avid traveller.
  • Medals are shown dangling on the front of the costume.
  • Mention of a ‘bush’ could be in reference to I’m A Celebrity.
  • Their final clue was: ‘I’ve shone my light in some very cold places.’

Guesses from the judges included Elaine Paige, who performed Another Suitcase in Another Hall from Evita, Rachel Riley, Claire Richards from Steps, who had an album called Light Up the World, Debbie McGee and Jane McDonald.

Who are you thinking could be behind the mask so far?

The Masked Singer UK airs on ITV and ITV Hub.

Credit: Original article published here.

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