After piecing together information, The Masked Singer UK viewers believe All Saints vocalists Natalie or Nicole Appleton are behind the Fawn costume.
The first time Fawn performed, the deer sang “Tale As Old As Time” from the Disney film Beauty and the Beast.
She sang Madonna’s In the Groove on Saturday night’s show.
Meanwhile, a reference to ‘topsy turvy world,’ a bowling pin in the basket, and Fawn using marmalade instead of jam were all clues.
As a result, fans assume these are references to the band’s song One Strike and cover of Lady Marmalade.
However, the panel was not on the same wavelength, as Rita Ora thought it could be Australian singer Delta Goodrem based on the voice and a reference to ‘down under,’ while comic Mo Gilligan chose Australian actress and singer Dannii Minogue.
However, the hints were sufficient for many people watching at home to be certain of her identity.
Following speculation that Fawn was a part of a girl group last week, many have now concluded that it must be one of the Appleton sisters.
During last week’s programme, Fawn hinted that she enjoyed black coffee, a song released by the band in 2000.Others included: ‘You might think a fawn is a young deer but I’m certainly not a baby’, ‘Like a fawn I admit when I was younger, I was somewhat awkward’ and, ‘Call me a boffin but maths was a passion, though my brain helped me to win later in life.’
Fawn also stated that she was no longer ‘awkward at all’ now that she was an adult.
After her first performance, the riddle was: ‘I live in a cottage, not a palace, I’ve visited Wonderland, but my name isn’t Alice.’
Her make-up artist was also wearing a necklace with the word ‘Sandy,’ which could be a reference to another of their songs, Pure Shores, which appeared in Danny Boyle’s film The Beach.
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The Masked Singer continues at 7pm next Saturday on ITV1.