Joel Dommett lets slip Masked Singer hint and couldnt believe who character was

Hit ITV series The Masked Singer returns to our screens in January, and host Joel Dommett has dropped a huge hint that one of the character reveals is going to be a huge shock.

Ahead of the series launch, Joel spoke about some of the reveals so far, saying: "There is one in particular and I couldn’t believe it.

"It's really cool, the first few reveals have been brilliant.

"I can’t believe that these people have stood next to me the entire time even though they are covered up."

Joel added that he has correctly guessed some of the reveals, adding: We’re about to do the semi-final and there are some really good reveals left."

Viewers have previously been left in shock as stars including Jason Manford, Katherine Jenkins and Ne-Yo have been revealed underneath the masks, with Nicole Roberts and Joss Stone taking the crowns as they were unveiled as characters Queen Bee and Sausage in the first two series.

Now ahead of the third series of The Masked Singer, Joel has shared details of some of the exciting new characters that will be hiding the star's identities this year, including a set of bagpipes and a traffic cone.

Joel said: "There are some brilliant ones.

"We’ve got Robobunny which I’d say is one our most advanced costumes yet, it's huge. Apparently, it takes three people to get the costume onto the person.

"You’ve also got the cutest costume I think we’ve ever had, which is Panda.

"We’ve got a Traffic Cone who is incredible and so funny. What traffic does is they have their legs poking out the bottom but when they finish singing they just sit down so they’re just a traffic cone. It makes us all laugh."

Once again the programme will be hosted by Joel, with a panel of celebrities including Davina McCall, Jonathan Ross, Rita Ora and Mo Gillian, ready to put their detective skills to the test and guess who is behind the mask.

The Masked Singer, from 1st January at 7pm, ITV and ITV Hub

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