Who is Doughnuts on The Masked Singer? Fans think they've figured it out

The Masked Singer: SR3: Ep1 on ITV and ITV Hub. Pictured: Doughnuts. ©Bandicoot TV
The Masked Singer: SR3: Ep1 on ITV and ITV Hub. Pictured: Doughnuts. ©Bandicoot TV

Who is Doughnuts on The Masked Singer? Fans of the show think they've figured out their identity.

The Masked Singer UK series 3 is airing weekends on ITV.


The series sees celebs sing-off to put on the best musical performance all while keeping their identity a secret.

One masked act on 2022's series is Doughnuts.

Who is Doughnuts on The Masked Singer?

Doughnuts performed Eye Of The Tiger in their very first performance before singing Spice Up Your Life for their second outing. In week 3, Doughnuts performed Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond.

Their clue packages have included references to baking and cooking, describing themselves as "extra speedy". The VTs also included references to Argentina, crisps, ice, goals, jockeying and birdwatching.

In a first cryptic clue to the panel, Doughnuts revealed: "As well as being sweet I've also been savoury".

Then in week 2, Doughnuts offered up two lies and a truth: "I share a name that's very close to home", "I've managed to develop a range of talents" and "Something about me has been compared to royalty".


While it isn't much to go on, viewers think they're sure Doughnuts is footballer Michael Owen.

One wrote on Twitter: "Donut has to be Michael Owen, sings like he talks anyway #MaskedSingerUK"

Another declared confidently: "Michael Owen is doughnuts. #MaskedSinger" while a third agreed: "Doughnut is 100% Michael Owen #MaskedSingerUK".

Michael Owen was also one of the names put forward by the panel as well as fellow football star Gary Lineker.

However Gary tweeted in response: "You’ll never see me on that show…or Strictly, ever."

The Masked Singer UK season 3 airs Saturday evenings on ITV.


Other contestants in the show are Poodle, Chandelier, Mushroom, Snow Leopard, Bagpipes, Robobunny, Panda, Rockhopper, Firework, Traffic Cone and Lionfish.

You can watch and catch up via the ITV Hub.

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