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The Masked Singer UK to return for TWO new series

The Masked Singer: SR3: Ep5 on ITV and ITV Hub. Pictured: Panda. ©Bandicoot TV
The Masked Singer: SR3: Ep5 on ITV and ITV Hub. Pictured: Panda. ©Bandicoot TV

The Masked Singer UK is set to return for a fourth outing after proving a huge ratings hit.

The Masked Singer UK season 3 concluded with its final on Saturday night.

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The show sees celebrities fight to put on a standout musical performance while their identities are hidden under outrageous masks.

8 million viewers tuned in to the final as Panda, Robobunny and Mushroom went head to head for the title.

ITV has now confirmed two more series of the hit show.

Katie Rawcliffe, ITV Head of Entertainment Commissioning said: “The Masked Singer has once again established itself as unmissable event television, keeping the nation guessing throughout its glorious eight week run.

"We’re already counting down to see who’s hiding behind those infamous masks in 2023 and look forward to welcoming the series back to ITV and ITV Hub next year.”

Currently The Masked Singer UK is fronted by Joel Dommett joined by celebrity judges Davina McCall, Mo Gilligan, Rita Ora and Jonathan Ross.

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And it looks like that line up will remain the same for now.

"It's very early and obviously it always comes down to availability but there are no plans to replace any of the judges," the source added.

The Masked Singer series 3 finished on Saturday evening on ITV.

Spoilers from the final episode follow below!

Panda, Robobunny and Mushroom faced off for the title with Panda crowned the winner before being unmasked as Natalie Imbruglia.

Runner up Mushroom was unveiled as Charlotte Church while it was Westlife singer Mark Feehily who was behind Robobunny's mask.

Speaking after the episode aired, Natalie shared: "I did it for my son. He loves the character I chose. I also thought it would be fun to sing with a mask on, no need to spend hours in hair and make-up.

"I liked the idea of hiding my identity and putting on an accent to throw people off the scent. I guess it's also an acting gig."

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You can catch up with The Masked Singer UK online now via the ITV Hub here.

Meanwhile a second series of spin-off The Masked Dancer will air later this year.

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