Spoiler Alert: This article may reveal The Masked Singer’s winner!
After a number of show-stopping performances, cryptic clues and shocking reveals, the finale of The Masked Singer is almost upon us.
Only four celebrities remain in the competition battling it out for the title, including Vampire, Mullet, Kebab and Dolly.
While fans will have to wait for Finals Week to kick off on Sunday night, the winner of the singing competition series has already been ‘leaked’ online.
Betting agency Sportsbet has put Vampire in the top spot, with their odds sitting at 1.15 at the time of writing.
The elaborately dressed character has impressed both the audience and judges alike with their performances each week, singing Gangsta’s Paradise by Coolio featuring LV in the show’s premiere and Sia’s Cheap Thrills most recently.
As well as judges Dannii Minogue and Jackie O, fans online are convinced that American singer-songwriter Anastacia is under the gothic mask.
Her clues include “I do not fear the daylight”, which is said to be referencing her early record label, Daylight, “Werewolves fear gold, Vampires do not, we revel in it”, which viewers think is about her famous gold sunglasses, and a picture of Freddie Mercury because she performed with Queen in 2003.
“Vampire is literally Anastacia and no one else,” one fan tweeted, with another adding, “Okay, let's just declare Vampire/Anastacia the winner now”.
Meanwhile, Dolly’s odds on Sportsbet are listed at 8.50, followed by Kebab at 10.00 and Mullet at 17.00.
Over on TAB, Vampire’s odds at winning are 1.20, with Dolly at 7.00, Kebab at 9.00 and Mullet at 13.00.
As well as Anastacia, social media users believe they’ve worked out which celebrities are under each of the remaining masks.
Comedian, singer and radio presenter Em Rusciano is said to be Dolly, while Australia’s Got Talent winner and recent I’m A Celebrity star Jack Vidgen is rumoured to be Kebab.
Mullet has been much harder to work out, but the popular consensus is that it is singer and TV host Axle Whitehead.
Nine celebrities have been revealed so far this year, including Killing Heidi’s lead singer Ella Hooper, singer and model Alli Simpson, Grammy-award winning performer Macy Gray, shock jock Kyle Sandilands, singing powerhouse Mahalia Barnes, football legend Lote Tuqiri, musician and actor Ben Lee, ex-MasterChef judge George Calombaris and former professional football player and actor Vinnie Jones.
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