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The Masked Dancer viewers think they have worked out who the celebrity behind the Zip character is after picking up on a colourful clue the panel nearly failed to spot.
Host Joel Dommett and celebrity detectives Mo Gilligan, Davina McCall, Oti Mabuse and Jonathan Ross were back at the weekend with a brand new bunch of celebrities to try and identify but this time, only from their dance moves.
Whilst the lack of voice makes the famous faces even harder to decipher, fans at home think they have outsmarted the panel when it comes to Zip.
Zip's character had a lot of clues referring to being a DJ during Saturday night's show, as well as being well-versed when it comes to music.
Based on this, the panel guessed names such as RuPaul, Trevor Nelson, Dermot O'Leary and Chris Evans.
But one clue only Davina picked up on was when he said: "I'm here to paint the town red, yellow, green and blue."
Davina took this as a nod to children's show Rainbow, and thought Bungle could be behind the mask.
However, viewers at home are convinced that one of Aston Merrygold's JLS bandmates has followed in his footsteps after his stint on The Masked Singer earlier this year.
Viewers flocked to Twitter to discuss who they thought was behind Zip, with one writing: "Marvin Humes… Red, Green, Yellow & Blue (their jumpers) and there was a DJ clue. Marvin is a DJ."
A second added: "ok… zip is marvin humes! the red, blue, yellow and green comment earlier."
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Whilst a third guessed: "I think Zip could be either Rylan or Marvin Humes from those clues."
Another spotted: "Marvin Humes is a DJ and the colours in the VT could be for JLS."
The Masked Dancer has already unmasked two celebrities in the form of Diversity star Jordan Banjo and singer Louise Redknapp, who were disguised as Viper and Flamingo respectively.
When asked why he decided to compete, Jordan explained: "For the past 12 months, everyone has just been in a place where it hasn't been fun. Something like The Masked Dancer, dressing up stupid and dancing is fun. Let's just have some fun man."
Meanwhile, Louise told host Joel: "I love dancing and I think after such a tough year living in lockdown, I just thought I really need to get out of the house and do something fun. It's been great!"
The Masked Dancer continues weeknights at 7:30pm on ITV.
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