The second season of The Masked Singer UK continues tomorrow night and completes the line-up by bringing bizarre-dressed hopefuls onto the stage.
In the second episode of the ITV series, which will air on Saturday night (January 2), fans of the show will meet the remaining colorful characters.
And it will no doubt cause viewers to scratch their heads again trying to find out who is behind each mask.
Who’s in The Masked Singer UK this week?
Bush Baby with yellow baby growth and the mysterious seahorse step onto the stage.
Another, called a grandfather watch, appears as a huge mustache in a striped suit.
They are joined by the Harlequin – a creepy fool in a baggy dress – and the heavily bearded Viking.
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There is also Blob, a strange blue-purple alien with four eyes.
What happens in season 2, episode 2?
On Saturday night, panelist Jonathan Ross will claim to have made the best guesswork yet.
He says, “I am still confident. I think my guesses are the most likely to be accurate by anyone on the panel. I think I’ll make it tonight.
Mo, the newcomer, he’s already up there trying to win.
“I’m at the top of the world and I will win.”
Elsewhere, Rita Ora says she thinks the clues have been difficult so far.
She tells the other panelists: “[It’s] very hard. I’ve come confident and now I’m a bit like “not that easy” but I hope and I pray that I can go back with the title of champion. We will see.”
Davina McCall says newcomer Mo is “already at the top”.
And Davina McCall praises the new panelist Mo Gilligan.
She says, “It’s too much to deal with and not only do I feel pretty competitive, but Mo, the newcomer, is already at the top trying to win.”
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Similarly, Mo believes he and Davina are “on good terms” and tells the others, “You know what? Me and Davina are very good … we are like a good cop, a bad cop. We have a good little connection. “
Jonathan, Mo adds, is on “another level” and “plays Masked Singer 2.0” while he thinks Rita is “very competitive”.
– The Masked Singer will air on Saturday (January 2nd) at 8pm on ITV.
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