Joel Dommett has revealed he fears he won’t be asked back to host The Masked Singer after he ‘told everybody’ who Queen Bee is.
The final of the ITV talent show will come to an end on Saturday night, and there are just three contestants left including Queen Bee, Hedgehog, and Octopus.
And although the secrecy on the show is second to none, the former Extra Camp presenter revealed he let slip the identity of our favourite bee.
‘The prospect of not being asked back for series two because I had told everybody who Queen Bee is, is enough of a scare not to tell anybody,’ he told the Daily Mirror.
After a tense semi-final episode, which saw both Denise van Outen revealed as Fox and CeeLo Green unveiled as Monster, we’re left with just three stars in disguise.
As it stands, Queen Bee is the favourite to win, and fans are convinced they already know who’s under the costume, with Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts the hotly-anticipated favourite to be unveiled.
Jason Manford is a popular guess for Hedgehog due to clues involving links to the West End – he has appeared in a couple of plays including Sweeney Todd and Curtains – and belting out Oasis’ Don’t Look Back in Anger.
As for the Octopus, there is no clear winner at the moment with a number of names swirling around social media including Jane McDonald, Ashley Roberts, Kerry Ellis, Emily Symon, Lucy Pargeter, and Katherine Jenkins.
The 34-year-old also appeared on This Morning earlier this week where he laughed off how hard it has been to keep the hidden celebrities a secret.
But while he was remaining tight-lipped, Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby couldn’t help but push for spoilers.
‘Hedgehog has thrown a lot of people off,’ the presenter smirked: ‘They were posh at the beginning, and then a bit Mancunian, and now it’s back to [Michael] Bublé again.’
He then looked really shocked as he squirmed: ‘It’s not Bublé, oh gosh, I almost just gave it away!’
Turning his attention to Hedgehog’s competition, Joel added: ‘Octopus, this was a mad one.
‘I think they were kind of hiding their voice in the early stages and now it is starting to come out, so it’s getting better.
‘But people like to disguise their singing voices and their talking voices.’
The Masked Singer concludes Saturday at 7pm on ITV.
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