This competitor failed to convince the judges in the second season of The Masked Singer and was eliminated after only one performance.
Owl, Eiffel Tower, Chicken Caesar, Bubble Tea Piranha, and Air Fryer performed tonight.
Eiffel Tower, Piranha, and Air Fryer sung their hearts out and advanced to the next round, while Owl, Chicken Caesar, and Bubble Tea finished in the bottom three.
But it was Chicken Caesar who was sent home tonight, and this unusual food costume has now been revealed to be Pointless presenter Alexander Armstrong.
He also hosts Classic FM’s morning programme, and it turns out Alexander can sing, as he did a magnificent rendition of Red Hot Chilli Peppers’ Under The Bridge.
Fans of the Radio DJ may be surprised to learn that he is a skilled classical vocalist who attended Trinity College, Cambridge, on a music scholarship.
Alexander morphed into a rooster dressed as a Roman emperor. The Brit Award behind him in his video hints alluded to the presenter’s time hosting the Classical Brit Awards presentation.
He talked with a strong Geordie accent in the video to throw the panel off, while roman numerals flashed in the tape spelling out 1970 – the year he was born.
For those unfamiliar with the programme, the lineup of animals, food, and inanimate items may appear strange – but they all provide significant hints as to which star is behind the disguise, and it’s all part of the fun.
Jonathan Ross, Rita Ora, Davina McCall, and Mo Gilligan are left stroking their moustaches on the panel in thought as they try to figure out who the person in the ludicrous outfit is, as well as everyone else watching at home.
Fans weren’t too happy the panel got the final vote on who to boot out from the bottom three acts, as X user @hooray_k wrote: ‘No way Chicken Caesar was worst!’
Meanwhile, some people did guess it right as clever cloggs @jonconnell took to social media and wrote: ‘Really convinced Alexander Armstrong is Chicken Caesar – he’s from the north east, he was born in 1970 (LXX), presented at the Classic Brits, was a Roman explorer in Rome’s Invisible City… and a great singer!’
Dionne Warwick was named the Celebrity Behind Weather last week for her significant contribution in the field of blues music.
Fans were upset because she is without a doubt one of the most talented vocalists the competition has ever seen.
People believe they may have figured out certain outfits already, with whispers swirling regarding tonight’s contenders.
Bubble Tea might be Heidi Range from the Sugababes, while Air Fryer (yep, Air Fryer) could be Jessie J.
Some speculated that Owl was footballer Alex Scott, while others speculated that it was Waterloo Road star Chelsea Healey.
Piranha blew the panels away, and everyone believes it may be a truly fantastic renowned vocalist, with Sting’s name being mentioned.
Meanwhile, with references to Liverpool, Sex, and the City abounding in the Eiffel Tower’s hints, some suspect Kim Cattrall is behind the French icon.
Dippy Egg, Cricket, Big Foot, Maypole, and Rat advanced to the next round last week.
Following their performances, further investigation was conducted, and the following conclusion was reached…
Maypole is thought to be singer Anne-Marie, as panellist Davina mentioned last week, or tennis star Emma Raducanu, based on various sports hints.
Dippy Egg might be either Matt Lucas or Gregg Wallace dressed in food-related costumes.
Rat’s hints featured a lot of do-it-yourself, leading others to believe it may be Claire Sweeny, or – entirely unrelated – Shirley Manson, Mel C, or Ronni Ancona.
Levi Roots, Jay Blades, Stuart Broad, and David Gower are all theories on who Cricket is.
For the nature-focused hints, Big Foot is assumed to be Ray Mears, Bradley Walsh, Hugh Laurie, or Ted Lasso’s Nick Mohammed.
The topic shifted swiftly, with no mention of Lauren’s remark. Perhaps it was nothing…
The Masked Singer continues next Saturday at 7pm on ITV1 and ITVX.
Source My Celebrity Life.