Who is Lionfish on The Masked Singer? Their true identity has been revealed in the latest episode.
The Masked Singer UK series 3 is airing weekends on ITV.
The hit show sees celebs go head to head to put on a show-stopping musical performance while hiding their identity with help from incredible costumes.
One contestant on 2022’s series is the Lion Fish who was unmasked in the third episode.
Who is Lionfish on The Masked Singer?
At the end of the episode three, Lion Fish was revealed to be singer Will Young.
On signing up for the show, Will said: “I thought the challenge of disguising my voice would be fantastic and also I loved the idea of playing a character!”
In the first episode, Lion Fish surprised the panel with an operatic performance of Nessun Dorma. In Week 2, Lion Fish performed Dolly Parton’s I Will Always Love You.
In their clue packages, Lionfish was seen standing at a microphone in a club with German and French translations on screen. The VTs also featured yellow cabs and a fighter jet.
Giving the panel a cryptic clue, Lion Fish said: “I’ve appeared in places I’ve never been.”
In week two, Lion Fish offered up two lies and a truth: “Things I have done have been called extreme”, “I know how to make a very good point” and “These fins have made waves by spinning discs.”
Both Jonathan Ross and Rita Ora correctly guessed Will was under the mask while other guesses including David Walliams and James Blunt.
At home and viewers had also named Will as Lion Fish.
“#MaskedSingerUK will young for lionfish!!” one wrote on Twitter while another suggested: “Will Young as Lionfish? He was in an episode of Skins and played the Emcee in Cabaret (there was French and German shown on screen during the ‘welcomes’ at the beginning)
A third agreed: “#MaskedSingerUk I think Lionfish might be Will Young. He played the host in Cabaret.”
Other guesses included Michael Ball, Ray Quinn and Robert Rinder.
The Masked Singer third season airs Saturday nights on ITV.
More acts competing in the series this year are Snow Leopard, Bagpipes, Firework, Panda, Traffic Cone, Robobunny, Mushroom, Doughnuts, Rockhopper, Poodle and Chandelier. In the first weekend both Chandelier and Snow Leopard were unmasked.
You can catch up with the series via the ITV Hub.