ROBOBUNNY sailed through into next week’s show of The Masked Singer after a scintillating performance – but fans think they’ve already worked out who’s hiding behind the costume.
The hugely popular ITV show returned for another series last weekend with a fresh batch of stars in disguise in elaborate costumes.
Viewers were immediately impressed with the robotic rabbit’s vocal gymnastics as they belted out Whitney Houston’s Saving All My Love For You.
The disguised singer left judges Jonathan Ross, Davina McCall, Rita Ora and Mo Gilligan stumped, with the foursome struggling to agree on the identity of the celebrity.
But one Reddit user appeared to believe with complete certainty that Perri Kiely from Diversity is the celeb in question.
After spotting three “giveaway” clues, the forum user wrote: “Given his physical ability to move robotically, I think he’s a dancer.
“I think the peroxide is just a reference to ‘Per’ in the same and the use of carrots could be because of his awful eyesight.”
Dozens of people on Twitter were also in agreement that the 2009 Britain’s Got Talent winner was the celeb behind the mask.
Alongside a GIF of Buggs Bunny eating a carrot, one person said: “Sources are telling me that Robobunny is Perri from Diversity.”
Echoing their comments, someone else said: “Nah, do you know what? Robobunny is Perri for sure. You won’t be able to convince me otherwise.”
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Despite the majority of viewers making a case for Perri, bookmakers Betway have seen overwhelming support for the bunny being Markus Feehily.
The Westlife singer has been given odds of 2/5 to be exposed as the robotic character – but will it be him or Perri?
The Masked Singer returns on ITV on Saturday at 7pm.
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