THE Masked Singer fans have been scratching their heads over who the celebrities are behind the remaining masks.
Robobunny, Doughnuts, Traffic Cone, Mushroom, Rockhopper, Firework and Panda are all still in the competition and there’s everything to play for.
A double dumping tonight will see two more famous faces unveiled, and bookies have Traffic Cone tipped to be The Chase host 布拉德利沃尔什.
Ladbrokes have revealed the most likely celebs behind the characters on The Masked Singer tonight.
Michael Owen (1/4) leads the way in the Doughnuts betting, with Michelle Williams (4/5) and Jaime Winstone (3/1) most likely to be Rockhopper and Firework respectively.
别处, Charlotte Church is the 5/4 favourite to be revealed as the face behind Mushroom, while Westlife’s Mark Feehily is 1/4 to be Robobunny.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “All eyes will once again be on The Masked Singer tonight, and the latest odds suggest Mark Feehily and Michael Owen’s places in the competition are under threat.”
Latest Betting Masked Singer Odds
Ladbrokes have revealed the most likely names to be revealed on The Masked Singer tonight.
娜塔莉·因布鲁利亚 – 2/1
Lulu – 3/1
小精灵洛特 – 5/1
RobobunnyMark Feehily – 2/7Rylan Clark-Neal – 8/1Olly Alexander – 12/1
Michael Owen – 1/4Robbie Fowler – 5/1Nick Grimshaw – 10/1
Charlotte Church – 5/4Kym Marsh – 5/1Keeley Hawes – 6/1Jodie Comer – 7/1简·麦克唐纳 – 8/1
Sheridan Smith – 9/1Cerys Matthews – 10/1
Jaime Winstone – 3/1小精灵洛特 – 7/2凯瑟琳·泰德斯利 – 4/1Jessie Wallace – 5/1Michelle Keegan – 8/1
Aled Jones – 5/4Russell Watson – 3/1Alexander Armstrong – 5/1Rick Astley – 8/1布拉德利沃尔什 – 10/1
Michelle Williams – 4/5Sheridan Smith – 5/2Duffy – 8/1Oti Mabuse – 7/1
他加了: “Social media detectives also reckon there’s a couple of classic Welsh singers hiding behind this year’s costumes, with Aled Jones and Charlotte Church leading the way to be revealed as Mushroom and Traffic Cone.”
Keane frontman Tom was the latest star to be unmasked and was “overjoyed” at the reaction to his appearance.
The indie rock singer, 42, was revealed after he performed Natasha Bedingfield’s hit Unwritten.
He explained he had chosen to sing Unwritten because Keane had beaten Bedingfield to the 2005 Brit Award for best breakthrough act.
The judging panel on the show, made up of presenter Davina McCall, singer Rita Ora, broadcaster Jonathan Ross and comedian Mo Gilligan, did not guess his identity correctly with suggestions as to who he could be including singers Mika and Michael Buble and footballer Peter Crouch.