BOXING Day packs a punch on ITV with a new series of The Masked Singer.
There is a fresh cast of 12 mystery celebrities singing in crazy costumes.
12 new mystery celebs will compete in the second series of The Masked Singer[/caption]
The masked stars will sing in crazy costumes including a dragon and sausage[/caption]
Mo Gilligan joins Davina McCall, Rita Ora and Jonathan Ross on the panel, as Joel Dommett hosts.
Their guesses are even more outrageous this time round.
Joel said: “Rita again goes with her classic technique of saying everyone in her phone book.”
Davina added: “As I saw the calibre of people last year it made me say, ‘I’m not joking guys, it could be Cher’.
“You start getting more confident in your guesses and nothing is out of the question – Michelle Obama might do it!”
Mo Gilligan joins Davina McCall, Rita Ora and Jonathan Ross on the panel, as Joel Dommett hosts[/caption]
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Jonathan said: “I stand by all my guesses, even the wilder ones. I still think that there is a very good chance one day Angela Merkel will be on the show.”
The celeb line-up will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of Nicola Roberts, who won the first series performing as Queen Bee.
The Girls Aloud star triumphed over masked stars including politician Alan Johnson, comedian Jason Manford and TV personality Denise Van
- The Masked Singer starts on Boxing Day at 7pm, ITV
Davina McCall says she guesses one of the mystery stars could be Cher[/caption]
Nicola Roberts won the first series of the show performing as Queen Bee[/caption]
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