Ghost Masked Singer’s identity revealed as Chris Kamara

The identity of the mind The Masked Singer was revealed as ITV competition returned for a fourth series.

Joel McDermott is back with the popular singing contest, pitting 12 celebrities against each other while the celebrity panel tries to guess which big names are behind the getups.

A brand new cast took the stage to surprise the judges and viewers at home dressed up as a knitter, dove, rhino and more.

If you haven’t seen the latest series of The Masked Singer but look away now, because the first unmasking has already taken place.

Ghost on The Masked Singer’s identity revealed

The identity of the first celebrity from the fourth series was revealed upon her return for New Year’s Day.

Knitting, Ghost and Cat & Mouse found themselves in the bottom three after their performances full of different singing skills and accents.

In the end, the judges choose to save Knitting and Cat & Mouse, resulting in Ghost being exposed.

The judges then completed their final guess as to which famous face was behind the Ghost costume.

Mo Gilligan thought the ghost was comedian John Bishop, while presenter Davina McCall guessed it was Scottish singer Marti Pellow.

Chat show host Jonathan thought Ghost’s identity was Love Island narrator Iain Stirling, while singer Rita suspected Ghost was another Love Island star – former contestant Dr. Alex.

After the crowd’s classic “Take It Off” chant, Ghost was revealed to be footballer and commentator Chris Kamara.

The Masked Singer continues every weekend on ITV1 and ITVX. Ghost Masked Singer’s identity revealed as Chris Kamara

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