Who are you, Piranha? (Picture: ITV)
A singing Piranha in pyjamas? It could only be The Masked Singer.
Performing It’s All Coming Back to Me Now by Celine Dion for their Masked Singer debut, the panel admitted to being ‘speechless’ and even declared Pirahna the ‘best vocalist’ on the show this year.
That doesn’t mean they were confident with their guesses, however.
So, thinking caps on, let’s delve into all the clues and theories surrounding Piranha…
What clues are there for Piranha’s identity?
‘The motion (of being underwater) makes me a little sick’ – is it someone who travels a lot?
Someone who is very shy and scared, said they were ‘terrified’ of the panel heading them sing.
‘Piranhas are hungry, piranhas do bite, but I’d rather munch popcorn on this special night.’
Who could Piranha on The Masked Singer be?
Rita Ora wasn’t so sure about her Jamie Cullum theory (Picture: Steve Thorne/Redferns via Getty Images)
Singer-songwriter and radio presenter Jamie Cullum was Rita Ora’s initial guess after hearing Piranha’s epic vocal talents.
‘I’m speechless. I think it’s one of the best vocalists we have on this whole show right now,’ she praised.
‘Just based off the vocal, it sounded a bit like Jamie Cullum to me.’
Jamie, 44, is best known as an English jazz-pop singer, songwriter, and radio presenter.
Although primarily a vocalist and pianist, he also plays guitar and drums with nine studio albums to his name.
The Police musician Sting was Mo Gilligan’s theory (Picture: Rob Ball/WireImage)
Listen, it’s The Masked Singer, anything could happen.
Mo Gilligan threw a rogue guess out there after listening closely to Piranha’s accent.
Of course, contestants have been known to fake their voices in the past, but the panel picked up on twinges of Americanisms, such as Piranha’s pronunciation of ‘water.’
‘It could be someone who is British but they spend a lot of time in America,’ Mo noted.
‘An English man in New York, piranhas bite you, they sting, it could be Sting.’
Sting, 72, definitely has the vocals, but does that mean he is Piranha?
Viewers think McFly’s Danny Jones is definitely behind Piranha’s pipes (Picture: ITV)
While the judges weren’t confident at all with their guesses, viewers at home reckon McFly star Danny Jones is behind Piranha’s mask.
Taking to X following their Masked Singer debut, viewers put forward plenty of evidence, saying they wouldn’t be shocked if the mask came off and Danny was underneath.
Many said it was ‘obvious’, with clues referring to McFly travelling to America, and the motion sickness being a nod to McFly’s Motion in the Ocean album.
Have viewers cracked the case?
The Masked Singer continues on Saturday at 7pm on ITV1 and ITVX.
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Piranha’s got some pipes!