The Masked Singer is back, with 12 new mystery celebrity singers keeping viewers guessing at who's behind the mask.
A fresh set of jaw-dropping costumes are disguising the famous cast, which this year includes a duo for the first time.
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Check out the best clues and guesses so far.
The Masked Singer 2023 best guesses
Cat & Mouse - Unmasked as Martin and Shirlie Kemp
Asked if their son, Capital Breakfast DJ Roman Kemp knew that they had taken part, Shirlie said: "No, this is going to embarrass him. Most people say they are doing it for their kids."
Martin added: "We're doing it to embarrass them."
Roman was suitably embarrassed, tweeting his hilarious reaction to his parents' unmasking.
Emma Bunton and Jade Jones
Geri Halliwell and Christian Horner
Chris and Rosie Ramsey
Ghost - Unmasked as Chris Kamara
Ghost was first out in episode one, with football pundit Chris Kamara lifting his ghostly sheet to reveal a second skeleton costume underneath, before he was unmasked.
Clues: Talented singer Jellyfish teased that they may have a link to the name Michelle as they showed a number of shells with the word "Me" in them.
Clues: Knitting described themselves as "warm, comforting and cosy" with links to morning television, the West End, and the Steps song One For Sorrow.
Clues: Otter gave their first round of clues from a water slide pool, hinting at RADA and a shamrock. Their first performance impressed with a strong voice and unusual style.
Clues: Phoenix made references to rising from the ashes and reinvention. They also claimed they were quiet as a child, and judges are convinced they are an actor.
Clues: Fawn says she used to be awkward as a child and loved maths. She suggested she wasn't the youngest contestant and asked for "no milk, five sugars" in her tea.
Fawn talked about winning lots of trophies and was shown with a trunk marked "precious cargo". The panel latched onto a clue about being from "topsy turvy land".
Clues: Jacket Potato showed off some cards including silly nicknames in their first video and made reference to having an impressive collection.
He said that some very famous people had turned to him to make them look good and showed off a stethoscope prop.
Piece of Cake - Unmasked as Lulu
Week two saw many viewers proved right who had guessed from the clues that Lulu was behind the mask. She said: "My grandchildren love this show, they love it! I love it too and that’s why I’m here. Because it’s such a fun show."
Clues: Pigeon speaks in a seemingly-fake Essex accent and said she's an "old bird" but not bothered by ageing. She also said she was good at asking tough questions.
Pigeon dropped a number of clues about being top 10 and was seen carrying a box of beads, as well as a cauliflower.
Clues: Rhino called himself "an authority in these parts" as he walked into a town called Cobalt, suggesting a link with the band Blue. Meanwhile, James Arthur has denied claims that he is Rhino and joked that Lewis Capaldi is probably behind the mask.
Rhino showed off props including the Statue of Liberty with an apple, and a pair of glasses
Rubbish - Unmasked as Stephen Hendry
Clues: Rubbish gave the clue "there might be loads of bins but we're all solo", suggesting that they used to be in a band but had a solo career. Fans thought it could be Marvin Humes, whose signature colour was green in JLS.
Rubbish also said he'd learned everything he knew from TV, and made references to Take Me Out, as well as showing some picture frames and talking about his angles.
The Masked Singer continues on Saturdays on ITV1.