THE Masked Singer UK has said goodbye to two contestants.
This means there are just five characters left in the competition.
Who left The Masked Singer?
On Saturday, February 4, 2023, two contestants were eliminated from the competition.
Knitting was unmasked first after getting the least votes from the studio audience.
It was revealed that the person behind the mask was Claire Richards from Steps.
Many fans believed Claire was behind the mask with judges Davina McCall and Stephen Mulhern also guessing correctly.
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Next up the presenters chose to save Fawn, sending Otter home.
Joel Dommett asked the panel who they thought was behind the mask with Mo guessing Daisy May Cooper.
Otter was indeed revealed to be comedian and actress Daisy May Cooper.
Who has left The Masked Singer so far?
Each week a famous face is revealed when the mask is lifted.
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Here's who has been unmasked so far:
- Week six- Otter and Knitting were revealed to be Daisy May Cooper and Claire Richards
- Week five – Pigeon who was shown to be Katherine Ryan
- Week four – Rubbish was revealed to be snooker legend Stephen Hendry
- Week three – Cat and Mouse were the first ever duo on show, Martin and Shirlie Kemp
- Week two – Piece of Cake unmasked as Shout singer Lulu
- Week one – Ghost revealed to be footballer Chris Kamara
What are the latest Masked Singer fan theories?
Fans of the show are already sharing their theories on which famous faces they believe are hiding behind the weird and wonderful costumes.
As the ultimate guessing game gets underway, here's a look at all the fan theories so far.
Swapping the sea for the stage, Jellyfish impressed both the judges and viewers with a rendition of Take Me To Church by Hozier in episode three.
Clues dropped included the word Ogeretla – which the judges pointed out was alterego backwards.
Jellyfish also said there was "more than one of me to know".
And they said that: "Something exceptionally small turned out to be my biggest encouragement."
Other clues were a good magic cassette tape, have a good group and support network, and a group of jellyfish is called a smack.
In their first clue package, Jellyfish said what you see is what you get and that they create their own light and were all about love – while also giving hints that they were an artistic individual.
One part of the singer's clue package showed the words Me written in shells – leaving the judges convinced there must be some link to the name Michelle.
They also added that they won unexpectedly before.
Many are convinced the voice is that of Amber Riley, with Jonathan picking up on this after week five.
Other guesses are Kym Marsh, or Michelle McManus.
Judges guesses ranged from Janet Jackson and Pink, to Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Kelly Clarkson.
But after her clue song of Leave A Light On by Tom Walker, the judges opted for Jennifer Hudson, Leona Lewis and Alesha Dixon.
After Phoenix took to the stage, the judges were convinced the singer could be an actor with the way they were delivering their clue package.
Phoenix dropped the clue of treading the boards and a football was seen nestled in a flowerbed.
Judge Mo said the VT tape even gave him Game Of Thrones vibes.
The singer behind the Phoenix costume then went on to say they had risen from the ashes and were good at reinventing themselves and that they were familiar with reincarnation.
They also hinted that as a youngster they were very quiet.
So far, guesses from viewers include Doctor Who star David Tennant or Kaiser Chiefs singer Ricky Wilson.
Others believe it's Eurovision runner-up Sam Ryder or Lucifer actor Tom Ellis.
A cryptic clue in episode three stated: "Some say life imitates art but vice versa I say vice versa."
In week five, Phoenix dropped a clue song of I'm Still Standing by Elton John.
Other clues were a paint brush on top of a coat of armour, references to an apprentice, and drinking from a mirrorball "but on ice".
A significant clue stated he was "an apprentice on the most watched show on TV in almost 30 years".
This led to the judges guessing former Doctor Who star David Tennant, Dragons' Den's Peter Jones, EastEnders legend Sid Owen, and US actor Darren Criss.
Fans are convinced they know the identity of Jacket Potato.
After the hot potato took to the stage fans quickly began to decipher the clues given and theories of which star-studded celeb was behind the mask began to surface.
The clues given by Jacket Potato were: "Like all good spuds, I'm smooth, creamy and occasionally baked."
They also pulled out cards saying "Nosey Parker", "Pig Face", "Silly Billy" and "Dog Nose".
With all this in mind, fans have guessed that EastEnders legend Shane Richie is the man behind the mask.
Many fans have also speculated that Jacket Potato could either be a celebrity chef like Gordon Ramsay or Jamie Oliver.
Jacket Potato keeps dropping the clue Jack in his VT.
He always begins: "It's me Jack, Jacket Potato."
He added he knows what it's like to be the foil, and was pictured by an out of order tap.
Jack's clue song was Smooth by Carlos Santana.
The judges were split with guesses of Jack Black, Ozzy Osbourne, Ade Edmondson, and Matt Lucas.
However online, people are hinting at Harry Hill.
The Masked Singer fans are convinced the beady-eyed mask of Rhino disguises a boyband favourite.
The characters clues saw Rhino say: "I'm the authority in these parts," and walked into a town called Cobalt.
Rhino also notably walked past three arrows and then looked at a book that said he was responsible for "2 Bad Jokes".
In an extra clue, host Joel Dommett said that he was a "huge fan" of the person behind the mask.
Some are now insisting it's a Year 3000 chart-topper from Busted.
In particular, Masked Singer fans think Charlie Simpson, 37 – who later left the band to start group Fightstar – is the hidden performer.
Others think James Arthur is the man behind the mask.
There were also suggestions that Rhino could be Duncan James from Blue or actor Keanu Reeves.
His clue song in week five was I Just Can't Wait To Be King from The Lion King.
Clues showed a person with goggles and snorkel gear giving rhino's horn a touch-up.
Also rhino said his job was to "keep the peace" and a pugel stick as well as danger, rising water sign was shown.
Guesses from the judges included boxer Tyson Fury, singer Charlie Puth, Take That's Jason Orange, and tenor Alfie Boe.
Viewers are fast on their feet when it comes to guessing which star-studded celeb is singing behind the masked characters.
When revealing their clues, Fawn suggested that they were very sweet.
Fawn then added: "You might think that a fawn is a young deer but I'm certainly not the baby.
''Although, like a fawn, I admit that when I was younger I was somewhat awkward. Call me a boffin but Maths was a passion.
"Now that I'm all grown-up, I'm not awkward at all."
Some fans are convinced BGT judge Amanda Holden is hiding behind the big doe-eyes.
Other guesses include Geri Horner, Emma Bunton, Carol Vorderman, Matt Lucas or Holly Willoughby.
In week five, Fawn performed Ironic by Alanis Morissette.
Clues dropped included signs for a "short road", "long road" and "even longer road".
The number 98 was seen on a door and she admitted she could take "three, maybe four, flights a day".
Fawn said this was not her first disguise, and a bird in a glass cage was pictured with AL on the box.
Guesses from the judges were LeAnn Rimes, Lindsay Lohan,and Paula Radcliffe.
Who are the contestants on The Masked Singer 2023?
The Masked Singer is back and sees the following 12 costumed celebrities participating in the show.
- Jacket Potato
- Piece of Cake – revealed to be Lulu
- Pigeon – revealed to be Katherine Ryan
- Rubbish – revealed to be Stephen Hendry
- Cat and Mouse – revealed to be Martin and Shirlie Kemp
- Ghost – revealed to be Chris Kamara
- Knitting – revealed to be Claire Richards
- Otter – revealed to be Daisy May Cooper
How can I watch The Masked Singer 2023?
The fourth series of the hit show got underway on January 1, 2023, on ITV.
The series features eight episodes airing on Saturday nights.
All episodes will be available to watch on ITV X after they have aired.
Who are the judges on The Masked Singer UK?
The usual line-up of judges returned for The Masked Singer UK in 2023.
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That means Jonathan Ross, Mo Gilligan, Rita Ora and Davina McCall are all back on the panel.
The show is once again hosted by comedian Joel Dommett.
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