The Masked Singer is again, which suggests a brand new checklist of clues for viewers to pore over.
The hit ITV actuality collection – which sees stars gown up in wacky costumes and carry out cowl songs to a panel of judges who try and decipher their identities utilizing clues – returned to screens final weekend.
With two celebrities already having been unmasked, there are solely 10 stars left within the working to be the winner of The Masked Singer 2021.
Who is Robobunny?
The half-robot-half-animal character received followers over with their rendition of “Saving All My Love For You” by Whitney Houston this weekend. Judge Davina McCall described the efficiency as “beautiful”.
In their VT, Robobunny gave various clues, stating: “You thought I was a real tough guy, aye? That’s just my shell. I’m actually a real softie, who’s part of a machine.”
They added: “Now I’m not going to ‘rabbit’ on about hard exterior but I will say that I’m here to ‘Control-Alt-Delete’ what you know about me.”
Their remaining clue was: “I might be made of metal but that doesn’t stop me making a splash.”
Some viewers took to Twitter to take a position that the character could possibly be Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds, as a consequence of Robobunny’s voice and additionally the references to “making a splash”.
Reynolds is greatest recognized for his position because the foul-mouthed superhero Deadpool.
Given the dimensions of the costume and the actual fact the character speaks in what seems to be two voices, many followers speculated that Robobunny might, the truth is, be two folks.
Some raised the likelihood that Ant and Dec had been behind the furry masks.
So far the judges have guessed celebrities together with Vinnie Jones, Drake and Top Gear presenter Paddy McGuinness.
According to Betfair, Westlife singer Mark Feehily is the most probably to be revealed to be Robobunny. You can see the chances under.
Mark Feehily (6/4)
Tom Daley (2/1)
Ryan Reynolds (5/1)
Paddy McGuinness (10/1)
Richard Ayoade (12/1)
The Masked Singer airs on Saturdays and Sundays on ITV at 7pm.