Who is Robin on The Masked Singer? Their identity has been officially revealed in the final!
The Masked Singer series 2 is airing weekends on ITV.
The mystery singing competition sees celebs fight to put on the best musical performance all while their identities are hidden behind elaborate masks and costumes.
One of the contestants on the show this year is Robin who is hoping to deliver tweet harmonies and show that he’s not just for Christmas but planning to go the distance.
Robin performed Justin Timberlake's Can't Stop The Feeling in the first episode before returning with Tones And I's Dance Monkey for their second performance. In week 3, Robin performed Rockin' Robin by Bobby Day while Week 4 saw a performance of Closer by Ne-Yo.
In week 5, Robin performed Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran and Footloose by Kenny Loggins while in the final he performed For Once In My Life by Stevie Wonder.
Who is Robin on The Masked Singer?
In the final, Robin finished in third place and was revealed to be JLS singer Aston Merrygold.
In his first official clue, Robin, said: "I may be a Robin but I've been known to fly without wings".
There were also clues linking Robin to fitness, EastEnders and football. In the final, Robin teased that his name "fits like a glove"
In his second appearance, Robin offered up two lies and a truth: "My real name is out of this world", "This Robin's habitat is more tropical than you think" and "I started performing by doing impressions".
Panellists Rita Ora and Nicola Roberts both correctly guessed Aston's identity.
Fans of the show on Twitter also correctly speculated that Robin was JLS singer Aston Merrygold.
They pointed out that JLS performed Flying Without Wings with Westlife on The X Factor and also performed on EastEnders for Children In Need. Aston also took part in Soccer Aid and played football when he was younger.
The Masked Singer airs on ITV.
Other contestants taking part in the show in 2021 are Grandfather Clock, Bush Baby, Swan, Blob, Viking, Harlequin, Sausage, Dragon, Alien, Seahorse and Badger.
You can watch episodes online via the ITV Hub here.
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