Davina McCall says Masked Singer’s performances made her cry

Davina McCall said two of the performers on The Masked Singer UK made her cry when the competition returned next year.

His show saw 12 famous artists sing while dressed up in extravagant and quirky costumes, as a star jury tried to guess their identities.

In 2023, audiences will get to see Fawn, Jacket Potato, Piece Of Cake, Pigeon, Rhino, Rubbish, Ghost, Jellyfish, Knitting, Otter, Phoenix and the duo known for the first time as Cats & Mouse reveal themselves as are famous faces.

The previous series saw pop star Natalie Imbruglia, as Panda, crowned the winner, while former England footballer Michael Owen was identified as Donuts and singer Charlotte Church was revealed is Mushroom.

Former Big Brother host McCall, 55, joins singer-songwriter Rita Ora, host Jonathan Ross and comedian Mo Gilligan again on the jury, as Joel Dommett returns to duty host your program.

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Rita Ora on the jury of Masked Singer (Suzan Moore/PA)

When asked if there was a performance that made her cry, McCall said: “Sure – Jellyfish is a phenomenal performer and has made us all very emotional.

“Rhino, too, is particularly emotional. There are people who are completely attracted to you.”

She added that the celebrity playing Rhino is a “big and pretty modest” and puts “small hooves together” in one sweet motion.

McCall also said, of his fellow judges, that Ross, 62, was “the naughtiest”, Ora, 32, was “the funniest” and Gilligan, 34, “has been a pleasure to be with” see again”.

“I’ll tell you what I really like about it, and I know Davina feels the same way, which is to do something when you look out in the audience and you see it’s fathers, people,” Ross said. their mothers, grandmothers and grandfathers. children.”

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Comedian Mo Gilligan returns with The Masked Singer (Ian West/PA)

Ora was asked if she feels celebrities have been playing their game around this time, and said: “I think now they’ve seen the show and they’re like, ‘I can do it. something I haven’t done before and how far can I get it?’. They are going further than ever before.”

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“I feel like people are actually wearing their costumes more in this series,” said Gilligan.

“So for example, Phoenix always looks at us strangely. Then you have some really funny characters, which is also hard because you think – is this a comedian I know?”

The Masked Singer airs January 1, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. on ITV1 and ITVX.

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