Will Young was revealed as Lionfish during the last episode of The Masked Singer on Saturday.
Singer, 42, was the third contestant to be eliminated after Heather Small was revealed as Chandelier and Snow Leopard was revealed as the oldest contestant show, Gloria Hunniford, last weekend.
When it came to being eliminated against Fireworks, Will’s performance Celeste’s Stop This Flame wasn’t enough to stay in the nation’s favorite betting game, the former character outperformed the rock hit Sex On Fire.
The Masked Singer 2022: Will Young was the third celebrity to be eliminated from the nation’s favorite betting game on Saturday after it was revealed to be Lionfish.
The Pop Idol icon said after the revelation: “It was such a great challenge,” he added, adding that he was most concerned that Judge Jonathan Ross recognized his vocals, which was done by experienced announcer and fellow juror Rita Ora.
Before the show, Fireworks put on a sparkling show as they rewrote the 80’s classic Fame, while Mushroom turned into Grease’s Rizzo for the ballad There Are Worse Things I Could Do.
Next in line was Lionfish, who left the jury captivated by the performance of the song Whitney Houston I Will Always Love You.
Donuts have added energy to the crowd’s pleasing performance of Spice Up Your Life.
Revelation: When it came to performing against Fireworks, Will’s performance Celeste’s Stop This Flame wasn’t enough to keep him in the nation’s favorite betting game.
End of the road: Pop Idol said after his revelation: “It was such a great challenge that I had to take on,” he added, most concerned about Judge Jonathan Ross, who recognizes his vocals.
End of the tour: Singer, 42, was the third contestant to be eliminated after Heather Small was revealed as Chandelier and Snow Leopard was revealed as the oldest contestant in the show’s history, Gloria Hunniford, during talks last weekend.
The power melody Shallow from A Star Is Born was taken over by Robobunny, which was a two-half fairy tale when they exchanged vocals for the chorus.
Traffic Cone, Panda, Rockhopper, Poodle and Dudy will fight for it during next Saturday’s episode of Love Special.
The ITV singing competition is back in the third series, with Davina McCall, Rita Ora, Mo Gilligan and Jonathan Ross returning to the jury seats, while Joel Dommett is back as moderator.
Dazzling: Fireworks sparkle as they rewrite the 80’s classic Fame, before Sex On Fire sings
Guess Who: The Mushroom Has Turned Into Grease’s Rizzo for the Performance There Are Worse Things I Could Do
Last month, it turned out that both Davina and Rita had people they knew to attend the show.
In an interview with MailOnline, Davina and Joel revealed that there was someone among the contestants whom Rita “completely personally” knew, while Davina found it “strange” to see someone she knew, but neither of them correctly guessed their friends’ identities.
Davina said, ‘What may be a massive name for Mo may not be a massive name for me, and vice versa.
Who’s behind the mask? Lionfish – later revealed as Will Young – left the jury captivated by the performance of Whitney Houston’s play I Will Always Love You.
“I have a big name, Mo has a big name. He couldn’t believe it.” There was someone I know, that was pretty weird. ”
Before the show began, Joel, 36, blasted it to be ‘the best series yet.’
“Having an audience has really changed everything. The energy in the studio has progressed a step higher and having full families in front of them, who enjoy it in the same way they enjoy it in their lounge, is very important. It made it the best series so far, “he said.
Delicacy: Donuts energized the crowd with a pleasing performance of Spice Up Your Life
When Joel asked who’s who, he joked, “They keep asking me, ‘So who’s the sausage?” I just have to run. Basically, when there’s a TV show, I hide in my house.
Stand-up comedian Mo, 33, explained how celebrities are improving their game.
‘I think what it is now is that people have seen the show, so trying to change the way they talk, they could put an accent to make us decide. Even now, they’re changing the way they sing.
“People are really increasing their game so they won’t be eliminated so soon.”
Impressive: Robobunny took over the power melody Shallow from A Star Is Born, which was the story of two halves when they switched vocals to the chorus.
Moderator Davina (54) believes that thanks to inclusiveness, the show is so widely watched.
‘I don’t know of any other show that is as inclusive as this, and I don’t think any of us expected it to be that way when it started, but that’s just how it turned out. I mean, there’s something for everyone, it’s just really one big big game, guess who. It’s so much fun. “
Pop star Rita, 31, enjoys the ‘go blind’ element.
“I tend to remember names and things just to refresh my brain, but there’s no real way to set up, because it can be anyone. “It’s actually fun to be blind,” she said.
Guessing Game: The jurors ‘speculations after Lionfish’ performance did not include Will Young
Seasoned announcer and presenter Jonathan, 61, expressed low competition between the panel.
“It’s pretty hot in some ways.” We all pretend it doesn’t matter. Rita is the one who really wants to win this series, she won the last two, I think she thinks going for a hat-trick is a prize worth winning. So far, I think he’s doing the worst of us all, and that’s pretty nice.
“I think I’m doing my best right now, but it won’t last.”
The masked singer premiered on ITV on January 1.
Third Series: The ITV Singing Competition is back in the third series, Davina McCall, Rita Ora, Mo Gilligan and Jonathan Ross return to the jury seats, while Joel Dommett is back as moderator