The Masked Singer USA has arrived in the UK and ITV viewers were treated to another instalment of the wacky guessing game this afternoon.
Mariah Carey’s ex and presenter Nick Cannon returned as host and panellists Nicole Scherzinger, Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy and Ken Jeong were back behind the deal trying to figure out which famous face was behind the mask.
Black Widow, Butterfly, Flamingo, Leopard, Skeleton and Thingamajig all took to the stage to perform for the celebrity detectives.
Thingamajig reduced Pussycat Dolls singer Nicole to tears with his powerful performance of Rainbow by Kacey Musgrves.
An emotional Nicole, 42, told the mystery celebrity: “You have such a beautiful voice.
“You have a real gift and thank you so much for that.”
Nicole has to wait at least another week to find out the famous face behind the Thingamajig disguise as he made it through to the next round of the competition.
The debut UK series of The Masked Singer wrapped up earlier this year with Girls Aloud’s Nicola Roberts being revealed to be under the Queen Bee mask.
As viewers in the UK eagerly wait the beginning of The Masked Singer UK season two, ITV have decided to air the second series of the US version.
The Masked Singer US season two originally aired in September 2019 on Fox, with the show concluding in December 2019.
The third series of the American version hit show has already taken place, with the winner being revealed on May 20.
The Masked Singer US will air every Saturday on ITV over the coming weeks.
Do not worry if you miss an episode of The Masked Singer US, you will be able to catch up via the ITV Hub after the episode has finished airing on ITV.
Big Brother legend Davina McCall, talk show star Jonathan Ross, actor Ken Jeong and singer Rita Ora are panelists on the UK version of the wacky show.
Davina, 52, confirmed The Masked Singer UK will reportedly begin filming later this year with or without an audience as coronavirus halted television production across the world.
Speaking on her podcast, Making The Cut, an excited Davina explained: “It’s coming back! We are going to start filming in September or October.
“The audience situation will be easier with a one-metre rule. But things are changing so rapidly now with the easing that September is a lifetime away.
“It may well be that social distancing has gone out the window by that point.”
The Masked Singer US airs on Saturday on ITV at 5.30pm