Lionfish ‘exposed’ as popular comedian after expert spots major clue? The Masked Singer: Lionfish ‘exposed’ as popular comedian after expert spots major clue?
After body language expert Ruby Payne spotted a major clue, THE MASKED SINGER’S Lionfish may have been revealed as a popular comedian and artist.
This weekend, The Masked Singer will return to the stage in their bizarre and wacky costumes to reveal the remaining hidden celebrities.
The ITV show will be hosted by Joel Dommett, with judges Rita Ora, Jonathan Ross, Mo Gilligan, and Davina McCall attempting to guess who is behind the masks.
In an exclusive interview with This website, Uberkinky’s body language expert Ruby Payne studied the celebrities’ movements and predicted who might be hiding behind the masks.
She appears to believe Lionfish, who made their debut with a stunning rendition of Giacomo Puccini’s Nessun Dorma, is comedian Eddie Izzard.
Lionfish, Ruby believes, is no stranger to performing or learning new languages.
“Kudos to Lionfish, who took to the stage to give an impressive operatic performance,” the expert said of their movements.
“They are certainly no strangers to performing – look at how they use their arms to accentuate their singing, and they are doing so without any background performers,” she continued.
“They seem to enjoy having all of the attention to themselves.”
“I believe Eddie Izzard is behind the mask; she is no stranger to foreign languages, as her stand-up comedy routines are in both French and German.”
“In Lionfish’s first VT, both of these languages were used as subtitles.”
Following Lionfish’s first performance, viewers took to social media to speculate about who it might be.
Christopher Biggins, Jodie Benson, and RuPaul’s Drag Race queen The Vivienne were among the many people who suggested names.
Some fans agreed with Ruby and speculated that it was Eddie.
Doughnuts could also be Michael Owen, a football legend, according to Ruby.
Last weekend, Doughnuts took to the stage to perform a cover of Eye of the Tiger.
“Doughnuts’ performance of Eye of the Tiger by Survivor was certainly entertaining,” Ruby declared after analyzing their movements and behavior.
“We know they have a Liverpool twang, but you’re not a professional singer or dancer, Doughnuts.”
“The dance moves are similar to a father’s side-to-side tap at a wedding.”
“However, Doughnuts is clearly a confident performer, as evidenced by their gestures and attempts to engage the audience.”
“With football strongly hinted at, my,” she continued.
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