Inside the new series of the Masked Dancer – including a big show first – can you guess who the celebs are? | The Sun

MEET the dazzling dozen set to have you guessing in the next series of The Masked Dancer.

In an all-new twist in the second outing for the star- spangled guessing game, a duo will compete.

And ITV has lined-up 11 other celebs dressed in crazy costumes for the toe-tapping spin-off to The Masked Singer.

Joel Dommett is back as host, as are judges Jonathan Ross, Oti Mabuse and Davina McCall. They will be joined by Peter Crouch – famed for his robot dance in his football days – as Mo Gilligan is out on tour.

The famous faces behind each mask will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of series one winner, Olympic gymnast Louis Smith.

We introduce the wacky contestants and speculate who they might be . . .

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THE show’s first ever double act will surely deliver a First Class performance.

Former Strictly husband and wife duo Aljaz Škorjanec and Janette Manrara would lick the competition.


THIS contestant better not tell any porkies when they offer up clues to their identity.

Telly farmers Jimmy Doherty or Kaleb Cooper from Clarkson’s Farm might be trotting inside.

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It could be Relight My Fire star Jason Orange or First Dates’ Fred SirieixCredit: ITV

BURN baby burn, disco inferno – or let’s hope not, for the studio audience’s sake.

It could be Relight My Fire star Jason Orange or even First Dates’ Fred Sirieix, the maitre d’ of fine dining.


THIS bright character is all about words that are associated with sounds.

Wanting to generate a buzz, it could be a telly wordsmith like Countdown’s Susie Dent or songwriter MNEK.


THE sassy sauce pot will be hoping they can paint the dancefloor red.

There has to be a telly chef hiding inside, like This Morning’s Michela Chiappa or MasterChef’s Lisa Faulkner.


HOPING to prickle your fancy is this lean, green dancing machine.

The wrestler-style uniform and superhero cape suggests Ninja Warrior host and charity runner Ben Shephard.


THE saucy number has kicked off many an Eighties dinner party.

Perhaps stars of that decade like Bananarama pop star Keren Woodward or Toyah Willcox are lurking under the shell.


THIS messy-looking character better not have two left feet.

It could be someone linked to fashion, like What Not To Wear’s Susannah Constantine or Lorraine style expert Mark Heyes.


KICK your knees up, step in time. Famously Cockney England football legend Ray Parlour knows a thing or two about footwork.

But whoever is hiding under that suit will want to be a roaring success.


THEY will be cutting their own shapes on stage in a bid to be crowned the winner.

A costume like this is tailor-made for someone like The Great British Sewing Bee host Sara Pascoe.


SLITHERING and slurping its way on stage is this colourful character from under the sea.

A Team GB swimmer like Freya Anderson could feel at home in this aquatic disguise.

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WE’LL all be disappointed if this moon walker doesn’t pull off the, er, Moon Walk.

Could there be a celebrity inside who broke new ground, like pioneering Strictly winner Rose Ayling-Ellis?

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