OLD The Masked Singer: Full list of odds for who’s behind each costume

Isobel Lewis
·2-min read
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The second series of The Masked Singer is well underway now, with the nation desperately trying to guess which celebrities are behind those bizarre costumes based on their voices alone.

This Saturday’s show (9 January) saw Swan eliminated from the show and revealed to be Martine McCutcheon just minutes after judge Jonathan Ross correctly guessed her identity.

Elsewhere in the show, Sausage, Robin, Badger and Dragon all performed while dropping hints about who they really are.

Fans were left convinced that Sheridan Smith is behind Sausage’s costume after she delivered a rousing performance of “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” from Dreamgirls.

Many viewers pointed out that one of the clues surrounding Sausage’s identity was a bag of crisps, linking the hint to Smith’s appearance in the British sitcom Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps.

Fans think they know who’s behind Sausage’s costumeITV
Fans think they know who’s behind Sausage’s costumeITV

Here’s Ladbrokes’ list of odds for every contestant on The Masked Singer UK…

Badger

Kevin Clifton 5/4

Will Green 3/1

Guy Martin 5/1

Jahmene Douglas 6/1

Blob

Lenny Henry 5/6

Romesh Ranganathan 4/1

Richard Osman 8/1

Bush Baby

Brian Conley 11/8

John Thompson 3/1

Joe Swash 4/1

Matt Smith 5/1

Matt Lucas 6/1

Dragon

Courtney Act 6/4

Michelle Visage 3/1

Katherine Ryan 5/1

Sue Perkins 10/1

Grandfather Clock

David James 7/4

Chris Kamara 5/2

Les Ferdinand 5/1

Bradley Walsh 6/1

David Seaman 6/1

Peter Crouch 8/1

Harlequin

Gabrielle 5/4

Tracey Chapman 7/2

Scarlett Moffatt 5/1

Trisha Goddard 10/1

Robin performed ‘Dance Monkey’ by Tones and IITV
Robin performed ‘Dance Monkey’ by Tones and IITV

Robin

Aston Merrygold 1/5

Olly Murs 4/1

Jake Wood 10/1

Sausage

Sheridan Smith 4/5

Rebecca Ferguson 5/1

Stacey Soloman 6/1

Viking

Aled Jones 6/4

Ricky Wilson 4/1

Mika 9/2

James Blunt 5/1

The Masked Singer returns Saturday 16 January at 7pm on ITV

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