The Masked Singer unveils Chicken Caesar as TV icon
Posted by  badge Boss on Jan 06
The Masked Singer UK has revealed the celebrity behind Chicken Caeser (Picture: ITV)

In the second installment of , this contestant failed to impress the panel and was booted out of the competition after just one performance.

Tonight’s performances came from Owl, , Chicken Caesar, Bubble Tea Piranha, and Air Fryer.

Eiffel Tower, Piranha, and Air Fryer sang their hearts out and made it through to the next round, while Owl, Chicken Caesar, and Bubble Tea were left in the bottom three.

But tonight it was Chicken Caesar who went home, and this peculiar food costume has now been unmasked as Pointless host .

He also hosts the morning show on Classic FM, and it turns out Alexander can sing too – as he performed a glorious rendition of the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Under The Bridge.

The line-up of animals, food, and inanimate objects may seem odd for those not familiar with the show – but they all give big clues as to which star is behind the disguise, and it’s part of the fun.

Alexander Armstrong was behind the mask! (Picture: ITV)
The Pointless host can sing, that’s for sure (Picture: BBC/Hat Trick/Richard Kendal)

Left stroking their moustaches on the panel in contemplation are Jonathan Ross, Rita Ora, Davina McCall and Mo Gilligan who try to figure who is the person in the silly costume as well as everyone else watching along at home.

Last week, singing legend Dionne Warwick was unveiled as the Celebrity behind Weather, for her powerful legacy in the world of blues music.

Fans were outraged, as she is undoubtedly one of the most gifted singers the show had ever seen.

Previous winners of the show include the likes of Girls Aloud’s Nicola Roberts, Joss Stone, Natalie Imbruglia and last week’s guest panelist Charlie Simpson.

People think they may have sussed some costumes already with rumours whirring about tonight’s contestants already.

It is thought Bubble Tea could be Heidi Range from the Sugababes, while Air Fryer (yes, Air Fryer) was predicted to be Jessie J.

The weirdest show on TV is back… (Picture: ITV)

Some thought Owl was footballer Alex Scott, while others reckon it could be Waterloo Road star Chelsea Healey.

Piranha sang the panels’ socks off, and everyone thinks it could be a really incredible famous singer, with Sting’s name being thrown around.

Meanwhile, with references to Liverpool and Sex and the City rife in Eiffel Tower’s clues, some think Kim Cattrall is behind the French landmark.

Last week saw Dippy Egg, Cricket, Big Foot, Maypole and Rat go through to the next round.

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After their performances, some major investigative work took place, and the verdict is as follows…

singer Anne-Marie, as suggested by panelist Davina last week, or maybe tennis player Emma Raducanu after several tennis clues.

It is thoughteither Matt Lucas or Gregg Wallace with food-related costumes.

a lot of DIY, making people think it could be Claire Sweeny, or perhaps – on a completely unrelated note – Shirley Manson, Mel C, or Ronni Ancona.

Storm was the first celebrity to go in last week’s batch of celebrities (Picture: ITV)
Music legend Dionne Warwick was behind the mask (Picture: ITV)

are Levi Roots, Jay Blades, Stuart Broad, or David Gower.

either Ray Mears for the nature-focused clues, Bradley Walsh, Hugh Laurie, or Ted Lasso’s Nick Mohammed.

Lauren Laverne also appeared to live on TV, when she said: ‘A former Doctor Who will be making an appearance on The Masked Singer this season.’

The conversation moved on very quickly with no reference made to Lauren’s comment. Though, perhaps it was nothing…

The Masked Singer continues next Saturday at 7pm on ITV1 and ITVX.