THE Masked Singer fans are convinced that Jacket Potato is comedian Harry Hill – after spotting a major clue.
Eagle-eyed viewers spotted that Jacket Potato was pictured with a stethoscope, which some think could be a hint because Harry is a qualified doctor.
Others thought his appearance on Dancing On Ice last week sealed the deal because of his “walk”.
Speculating about their identity, one person wrote: “When Jacket Potato walked on Dancing on ice he walked like Harry Hill.
“On one pic online Jacket Potato is shown playing piano with a stethoscope in the foreground. Harry Hill is a qualified doctor.”
Another said: “Sticking with Harry Hill after tonight’s clues / voice from the song.”
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While someone else commented: “Last week I said Brian Conley, but now convinced it’s Harry Hill! He was a doctor!”
And a further added: “Wonder if #jacketpotato is Harry hill? I believe he was a doctor before becoming a comedian and also been in his own movie.”
Aside from Harry Hill, many fans have speculated that Jacket Potato could either be a celebrity chef like Gordon Ramsay or Jamie Oliver.
As their costume has a sticker which reads "Wild Hog Dairy," some believe there's a chance it could be a farmer, such as Extraordinary Farming Lives star Amanda Owen or Our Farm in the Dales' Matt Baker.
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Another theory is that as a Jacket Potato is a popular lunch choice, it could be a reference to a Dinnerladies actress such as Maxine Peake, or perhaps Kym Marsh who is playing a dinner lady in the upcoming Waterloo Road season 11.
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