Who is Flamingo on The Masked Dancer? Their true identity has been revealed in the latest episode – SPOILER!
The Masked Dancer UK first series is airing nightly on ITV.
The mystery dancing competition sees celebs sing-off to put on the most impressive dance routine while keeping their identities secret behind mesmerising masks and costumes.
Joel Dommett presents The Masked Dancer alongside judges Jonathan Ross, Oti Mabuse, Mo Gilligan and Davina McCall.
One of the masked dancers on the competition this year is Flamingo, this beautiful tropical bird migrates to the dance studio during the Spring.
Who is Flamingo on The Masked Dancer?
In the second episode (30 May), Flamingo was unmasked as Louise Redknapp.
She said of signing up: “After being in lockdown for so long, it felt like such a nice change to get out and not only dance, which is something I love, but keep fit and just thoroughly enjoy doing something fun.”
Louise added: “The dancing appealed to me because it’s something I love to do but it isn’t my sole vocation. It’s not my job but I do use it within my job. It just seemed so fun.”
In their first performance, Flamingo danced to Christina Aguilera, Lil’ Kim, Mya & Pink’s iconic song Lady Marmalade.
In their opening clue package, Flamingo made references to showbiz reporting, fashion & modelling and getting married to a farmer.
Giving the panel a cryptic clue, Flamingo said: “I once shared a BLANK with a hot BLANK. Not just hot, dangerous.”
Jonathan correctly guessed Louise while other popular guesses from the panel and viewers included Maya Jama, Dani Dyer, Laura Whitmore and Lisa Snowdon.
One fan wrote on Twitter ahead of the unmasking: “Flamingo is Maya Jama, this is the ONLY one I can guess with 1% confidence #MaskedDancerUK”
Another commented: “1000000% Maya Jama.”
Meanwhile a third suggested “Flamingo for me, I think Laura Whitmore #MaskedDancerUK”
The Masked Dancer UK’s season one airs all this week on ITV.
More mystery dancers in the show this year are Beagle, Zip, Rubber Chicken, Frog, Scarecrow, Viper, Knickerbocker Glory, Llama, Carwash, Squirrel and Beetroot.
The latest episodes are available to catch up with the ITV Hub.
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