Who is Poodle on The Masked Singer? Viewers are sure they know!

The Masked Singer: SR3: Ep2 on ITV and ITV Hub. Pictured: Poodle. ©Bandicoot TV
The Masked Singer: SR3: Ep2 on ITV and ITV Hub. Pictured: Poodle. ©Bandicoot TV

Who is Poodle on The Masked Singer? Fans of the show are sure they know.

The Masked Singer 2022 was back on ITV this evening with its second episode.


The celebrity guessing game sees celebs sing-off to put on the best musical performance while concealing their identities.

One of the masked acts on this year's series is Poodle.

Who is Poodle on The Masked Singer?

For their first song, Poodle performed Elton John's Rocket Man. In week two they performed What's New Pussycat? by Tom Jones.

In their VT package, Poodle described themselves as glamorous and flamboyant as they were seen in first a beauty salon and then on a dog obstacle course. Poodle said they were "no stranger to a dog collar". There have also been several references to Queens, maths, and newspaper headlines.

Sharing a cryptic clue, Poodle said: "I once went on a very long walkies."

In Week 2, Poodle gave the panel two lies and a truth: "I might be fancy but I'm not afraid to busk it", "I've been known for being hazel cerulean and ultra lilac", "I have to admit I do love to be idolised".


The panel's guesses included Mika, Michael Ball, Adam Lambert, Rylan and Paul O'Grady.

Meanwhile at home viewers are sure Poodle could be James Blunt.

"I’m guessing James Blunt for Poodle…sure he was a member of the Queens Guards too!" one wrote on Twitter.

Another agreed: "Hearing hints of James Blunt in Poodle’s voice. Names of queens on the collars - he’s served the Queen."

Others have suggested Rev Richard Coles and Gary Barlow could be behind the mask.

For now, Poodle is keeping their mask on after they were voted through to the next episode.

The Masked Singer season 3 airs Saturday nights on ITV.


More characters on the series in 2022 are Traffic Cone, Panda, Rockhopper, Lionfish, Firework, Mushroom, Robobunny, Snow Leopard, Chandelier, Bagpipes and Doughnuts.

You can watch the show online via the ITV website.

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