The Masked Dancer: Who is Onomatopoeia? All the clues and theories
Posted by  badge Boss on Sep 11
We have so many guesses! (Picture: PA)

The Masked Dancer is back for its second series on ITV, and Onomatopoeia is one of the 12 undercover celebrities strutting their stuff, as judges , , and Peter Crouch do their best to guess their identities.

Last week, we saw Desperate Housewives star , and his mask as Astronaut was taken off.

The series, a spin-off of the ever popular Masked Singer, has bagged itself a primetime Saturday night slot this year after debuting on screens in the summer of 2021 – and you can expect a clash of the titans as it goes head to head with .

But just who is behind Onomatopoeia’s mask? Here are the clues we’ve been given to their identity so far, and theories about who it might be…

What clues have been given about Onomatopoeia on The Masked Dancer?

Who could it be? (Picture: ITV)
  • Bring the noise – maybe a musician?
  • A team of words – maybe a writer?
  • Lots of shots in a library.
  • Arsenal badge shown
  • Loves the crowd of a stadium cheering to get them on their feet
  • ‘My body has been considered an anatomically perfect specimen’

Who is Onomatopoeia on The Masked Dancer?

Chris Eubank

Could it be the boxer? (Picture: ©Karwai Tang)

With plenty of references to boxing in the VT, could Onomatopoeia be boxing champ Chris Eubank?

But, there are plenty of other sporting stars on viewers’ lips, with the likes of KSI and Nicola Adams also being thrown into the mix – are any of them close?

Tinie Tempah

Could Tinie be venturing into dancing? (Picture: Getty)

Davina McCall was convinced the character was rapper Tinie Tempah, do you agree?

He does have plenty of experience with writing songs, as the Big Brother host called him a ‘genius’ with lyrics.

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The Masked Dancer continues on Saturdays at 6.30pm on ITV

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