Who is Traffic Cone on The Masked Singer? Fans think they're onto their identity.
The Masked Singer UK's third series kicked off this weekend on ITV.
The celebrity guessing game sees celebs compete to put on a show-stopping musical performance all while hiding their identity.
One act on the show for 2022 is Traffic Cone.
Who is Traffic Cone on The Masked Singer?
Traffic Cone's first performance saw them singing Rick Astley's Never Gonna Give You Up. In Week 2, Traffic Cone performed When She Loved Me by Sarah McLachlan. In Week 3, Traffic Cone performed Back For Good by Take That.
In their VT packages so far, Traffic Cone said the shape of their outfit represented something "close to their heart". Saying they wanted to "bring the party", Traffic Cone has also dropped hints to music, "Plan B" and living a "double life" with an "alter ego".
Sharing a cryptic clue with the panel, Traffic Cone said: "I made my money taking my top off."
Giving two lies and a truth, Traffic Cone revealed: "I had a gold plated childhood", "My name makes me king but I'm no rascal", "It's often been said that I'm a stand up fella".
However many viewers at home had another suggestion, claiming it was Aled Jones behind the mask.
"Traffic Cone is none other than Mr Aled Jones - could hear his voice clear as anything #MaskedSingerUK", one wrote.
Another agreed: "I’m getting Aled Jones vibes from Traffic Cone. None of the clues make sense. Just going on this vocal performance. #MaskedSingerUK"
Some others claimed it was Rick Astley singing his own song in the first weekend.
"Traffic cone is a Double bluff. It’s Rick Astley #MaskedSingerUK" one wrote on Twitter. Another added: "Alright, now that Traffic Cone is singing “Never Gonna Give You Up”, I’m gonna guess it’s Rick Astley singing his own song #MaskedSingerUK"
For now, Traffic Cone's official identity remains a mystery!
The Masked Singer UK season 3 continues Saturdays on ITV.
More contestants competing in the show in 2022 are Mushroom, Snow Leopard, Lionfish, Doughnuts, Rockhopper, Chandelier, Poodle, Robobunny, Firework, Bagpipes and Panda.
You can watch and catch up via the ITV Hub here.