MASKED Dancer fans are convinced they have unmasked the identity of Prawn Cocktail on the ITV dance competition.
The Masked Dancer is back for its second series on ITV, and Prawn Cocktail is one of the 12 undercover celebrities taking to the stage.
Judges, Jonathan Ross, Oti Mabuse, Davina McCall, and Peter Crouch returned to the screens trying to guess which secret celebrity is behind the mask.
The all-dancing spin-off of the popular The Masked Singer show sees the contestants attempt to impress the panel and viewers with their dance moves, while hiding their identity with costumes.
In the first edition on Saturday night, Candlestick, Scissors, Astronaut, Odd Socks, Prawn Cocktail and Pillar and Post took to the stage.
After Prawn Cocktail had performed their routine on the dance floor, fans of the ITV dance show were sure they had guessed who the celebrity behind the mask was.
The clue segment contained a references to food, and flavours, leaving fans sure it referred to a famous chef.
Taking to Twitter one fan wrote: “I think it must be a famous chef.”
One fan said: “I think Prawn Cocktail is Liz McClarnon. The menu had a cocktail called Atomised Feline and I believe she won Master Chef too.”
Another said: “I think it’s Liz McClarnon, she won Master Chef.”
Fans also suspected it could be actress and singer, Sheridan Smith after a few musical references thrown in during the show.
Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: “Prawn Cocktail had lots of musical references, Sheridan Smith?”
A second chimed: “Prawn cocktail Sheridan Smith,”
A third wrote: ” Sheridan Smith is Prawn Cocktail.”
This comes after host, Joel Dommett revealed a big detail about two of the celebrities, recently – that could be another clue for viewers to get their answer.
“Definitely there’s some international stars! I can think of two right now that are so huge. I just couldn’t believe they came over.
“I think now the restrictions have eased so there are more people coming over. There were definitely a few. I was like, oh my gosh. I was totally starstruck by these people and the fact they were there. It was amazing.”
He added: “Even I had interactions with people the whole time. So I held their hand and hugged them or something and then after the reveal, I was like oh my gosh I was holding your hand and hugging you!,” he shared with The Mirror, and other press at the ITV Entertainment launch.
The Masked Dancer returns on ITV at 6.30pm on Saturdays