Who is Bush Baby on The Masked Singer? Their true identity has been unmasked!
The Masked Singer second season is airing Saturday nights on ITV.
The singing competition sees celebrities fight to put on the best musical performance all while their identities are hidden behind elaborate masks and costumes.
One of the acts on the show is Bush Baby - an adorable looking cheeky fluffy fella but will the voice match the cute appearance?
In the first episode Bushbaby performed Delilah by Tom Jones before returning in week two with Elvis Presley Vs. JXL's A Little Less Conversation. In week 3, Bush Baby performed Release Me by Engelbert Humperdinck.
Who is Bush Baby on The Masked Singer?
In the latest episode, Bush Baby was unmasked as comedian and actor John Thomson.
During their time on the series, Bush Baby offered up clues to their identity including a connection to Australia and revealing that a lot of his wardrobe has been seen on screen.
Describing themselves as a "trickster", Bush Baby also said they're good at accents and teased a link to ABBA.
In week two, Bush Baby offered up two lies and a truth: "I'm associated with activities in the night sky", "I know the recipe to success", "They say never work with children or animals but I've done both".
While the panel failed to correctly guess John's identity, many viewers did predict he was behind the mask.
Other guesses had included Matt Lucas and Brian Conley.
The Masked Singer 2021 continues Saturday nights on ITV.
Other acts on the show in 2021 are Blob, Grandfather Clock, Viking, Seahorse, Badger, Swan, Robin, Dragon, Alien, Sausage and Harlequin.
You can catch up with the series via the ITV Hub here.
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