The Masked Singer: Robin’s identity ‘rumbled’ as fans uncover cryptic ‘biscuit’ clue

The Masked Singer: Robin’s identity is teased as clues are given

Robin is one of 12 celebrity contestants taking part in season two of The Masked Singer UK and it seems they are emerging as one of the favourites to win. The quirky character performed a rendition of Michael Jackson’s Rockin’ Robin and gained huge acclaim from the judges. However, taking to social media, viewers of the ITV singing competition seemed more focused on the teasers given to which famous face is hiding their identity. One clue about biscuits, in particular, made those watching at home theories Strictly Come Dancing finalist Jamie Laing, 32, is showcasing his vocal talents.

Before singing for the third time, Robin told viewers: “In my last performance, I had the best time out there. This Robin’s here for the long run.

“I’m still in this competition and my mask is still on. But the panel needs the luck of the Irish to pin the right name on me.”

Dropping some clues, the quirky character added: “For the most part, robins are sedentary birds. We might have wings but we don’t stay far.

“Don’t get me wrong, I’ve migrated all over the world. But some locations are just not for me. Robins know who we are and what we enjoy and that’s a real strength.

“I don’t want to waste any time not doing things I love. Focusing my energy on the things I’m good at, that’s what allows me to bring the flavour,” they continued, hinting towards a connection to the food industry.

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“But, I’ll let you in on a secret – it’s the simple things in life that taste the sweetest,” Robin explained.

A member of the crew was then seen bringing a plate of biscuits over to the quirky character whilst they concluded their clue package.

Taking to Twitter, one viewer wrote: “@MaskedSingerUK Robin is Jamie Laing,” whilst a second questioned: “Jamie Laing? #TheMaskedSingerUK #robin.”

“Jamie Laing from Made in Chelsea,” a third commented,” as a fourth remarked: “It’s Jamie Laing… his middle name is Robin [and] his dad owns McVities.”

Simple things in life taste the sweetest


The biscuit reference that sent viewers into turmoil could refer to the fact Jamie is the great-great-grandson of Sir Alexander Grant, 1st Baronet.

One of the Twitter posts was almost correct as it was actually the latter who created the McVitie’s digestive biscuit in 1892.

As well as having family ties to the confectionary business, the Made in Chelsea star is also the founder of Candy Kitten sweets.

With his middle name being Robin, there is a very high chance the former Strictly contestant is hiding inside the quirky costume.

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Judge Davina McCall, 53, also picked up on another clue when Robin spoke about travelling around the world whilst sat in a tent.

This led the television presenter to believe the contestant had also starred on Channel 4 endurance show, Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.

Jamie took part in a similar endurance-like programme by competing in Celebrity Hunted with friend Spencer Matthews, 32, in 2017.

Could this be yet another clue that the Made in Chelsea personality is showcasing some hidden vocal talents?

However, both the judges and some other viewers thought a host of other celebrities could be competing as the Robin.

One viewer theorised: “The Robin can only be Aston Merrygold. I know that voice, I was in love with that voice when I was younger #TheMaskedSinger.”

Another posted: “I’m convinced that Robin is Olly Murs #themaskedsinger,” whilst a third commented: “Olly Murs is Robin #TheMaskedSinger.”

“#TheMaskedSinger I think Robin is Peter Andre #Flava. Not so mysterious?” a fourth fan enquired.

The Masked Singer continues Saturday at 7pm on ITV.

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