The Masked Singer has named its season two winner as Sausage - revealing that Joss Stone was behind the mask.
Stone, aka Sausage, went up against Robin and Badger in the series final, with Robin bowing out first leaving Sausage and Badger to fight it out for the champion's title.
Fans of the show and the judges were left guessing who Sausage was in the final after weeks of believing that it was either Stacey Solomon or Sheridan Smith.
— The Masked Singer UK (@MaskedSingerUK) February 13, 2021
They were left open-mouthed at Sausage's identity, and were also shocked to discover that she was performing whilst pregnant throughout the series.
Explaining why she'd signed up to The Masked Singer, Stone said: "Why not? Life can be too serious. We should just dress up in chips and sausage and have a laugh."
Actor Sheridan Smith tweeted her thanks for flattering guesses that she could have been Sausage.
— Sheridan Smith (@Sheridansmith1) February 13, 2021
The final reveals did not disappoint viewers, who had been impressed by all three finalists from the beginning of the series.
Sausage's surprise reveal also went down well with fans.
WHAT THE F@@K??? @JossStone I am absolutely floored.....😳😳😳😳😳😳that is just brilliant @MaskedSingerUK @itv I would have laid money on it being @Sheridansmith1 without a doubt 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 well done so fantastic!!!!!! #MaskedSingerUK
— Lisa Jane riley (@Reallisariley) February 13, 2021
What an incredible show!
Ne-Yo and Joss Stone are next level INCREDIBLE 😱 #MaskedSingerUK
— gabriella ⭐️ (@velvetgh0st) February 13, 2021
It’s sad that the most excitement and suspense I’ve had in months is the identity of a singing masked sausage. #MaskedSingerUK
— TGK (@TGK24020678) February 13, 2021
Runner-up Badger was unmasked as Ne-Yo, a close friend of judge Rita Ora who was surprised that she hadn't managed to guess his identity sooner.
Ne-Yo said: "I've had so much fun, it's a great experience and I'd happily do it again, but I might have to work a little harder to fool you guys next time."
Robin was unmasked first as JLS singer Aston Merrygold, who revealed that none of his former bandmates knew he was taking part.
Talking about the clues to his early career in football, he explained: "I didn't start singing til I was about 16, 17."
Season one winner Nicola Roberts, whose alter ego was Queen Bee, joined the panel as a guest judge for the final.
Roberts correctly guessed who Robin and Badger were, but was as shocked as her co-stars to see who the winner really was.
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