ITV's hit show The Masked Singer returns to the small screen this evening.
The show, adapted from a South Korean TV format, started its second series on Boxing Day, 2020.
What time is The Masked Singer on tonight?
The third instalment of The Masked Singer starts on ITV tonight, January 9, at 7pm.
The programme runs for 90-minutes.
Disco queen Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Spice Girl Mel B were the first two secret singers revealed in weeks one and two.
And tonight, another famous face is unmasked and eliminated – but not before Swan, Badger, Robin, Dragon and Sausage have taken to the stage to perform.
The second series launched on Boxing Day, 2020.
Viewers can play along with the judges and try to guess who is behind the colourful costumes.
The singing competition is described as a "surreal and surprising guessing game that will see 12 famous faces compete to pull off the best performance, with their identity elaborately and imaginatively concealed behind the mask".
Who are The Masked Singer contestants?
Here’s the full list of contestants:
- Bush Baby
- Grandfather Clock
The new line-up will be eager to follow in the footsteps of the first series winner, Nicola Roberts, who performed as Queen Bee.
Who is on the Celebrity Sleuth panel in season 2?
Rita Ora is returning to the Celebrity Sleuth panel for the wacky series.
Television presenter Davina McCall will also reprise her role on show.
Comedian Jonathan "Wossy" Ross will make a return alongside the ladies.
The one big change on the panel is that Ken Jeong won't be returning to the show. He has been replaced by comedian Mo Gilligan.
I'm A Celeb star Joel Dommett presents the show that was adapted from the South Korean format King of Mask Singer.
Mo is a British stand up comedian, much loved for his cameos on Celebrity Gogglebox.
Series' host Joel Dommett told Digital Spy: "He's so good, brilliant. It was nice to have someone new in the mix. He threw out a lot of hilarious names, as did everyone.
"The panel is brilliant this year. We're so lucky, everyone gets along – there are no crazy divas."
Dommett added that the show has come at a perfect time.
He said: "It feels like a really weirdly important show,
"The world needs something really silly and stupid, that you can watch with the whole family. It feels [like] there's a real excitement over Saturday night TV again."
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