Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash respond to Masked Singer rumours

Rianne Houghton
·2-min read
Photo credit: Vincent Dolman - ITV
Photo credit: Vincent Dolman - ITV

From Digital Spy

The Masked Singer UK has already revealed the identity of two celebrity contestants with the unmasking of Alien and Seahorse, but rumours continue to swirl about who's who – including Blob.

Stacey Solomon has already been floated as a guess for Sausage, but the Loose Women star has since addressed another Masked Singer rumour involving her now-fiancé Joe Swash.

After views began to wonder if the former EastEnders actor could be the star behind the Blob mask, Stacey shared a video on Instagram Stories of her laughing at the idea of Joe in a Blob costume.

Photo credit: Vincent Dolman - ITV
Photo credit: Vincent Dolman - ITV

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Keeping things incredibly coy, Joe chimed in: "Well I can't confirm or deny these allegations." With Stacey visibly confused by the comments (or at least pretending to be), Joe added: "I'm not meant to talk about it."

Following their debut over the weekend, Blob described themselves as "big, bright and loud" during their Masked Singer introduction. It was also hinted that they wear glasses, which Joe sometimes does.

Blob performed Mark Ronson's 'Uptown Funk' on Saturday's show, before revealing that they had once recorded a demo for music magnate Simon Cowell.

Photo credit: Stacey Solomon - Instagram
Photo credit: Stacey Solomon - Instagram

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Elsewhere in Masked Singer news, magician Dynamo recently responded to rumours that he was Bushbaby. "I'm not saying I'm the BushBaby, but have you ever seen me and BushBaby in the same room at the same time..." he wrote on Twitter.

The Masked Singer this Saturday (January 9) at 7pm on ITV.

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