The Masked Singer’s Robobunny ‘unmasked’ as boy band star after QR code hint
The masked singer’s Robobunny wowed with his incredible performance tonight – but now fans of the ITV show are convinced they know exactly who’s behind the mask after a huge clue on a QR code
Masked Singer fans are convinced they know who Robobunny is – after a huge QR code clue.
There’s an added element to those watching the latest series of the ITV show, where fans can scan QR codes located on the celebrity’s costumes or sets in order to find an additional clue.
It was Robobunny’s turn to get one today and after scanning it, fans are convinced they know who’s behind the mask.
Robobunny has impressed this series so far with their incredible singing voice, but after scanning the QR code, viewers think they’ve deciphered the identity of the celebrity behind the mask.
When the QR code is scanned it reads: ‘My royal barcode is 200019992003’ and although it puzzled some viewers of the show, others said it reaffirmed their thinking about who might to be behind the mask.
“So after spending hours trying to scan the barcode on robobunny’s back and get a royal barcode, tracking him to the 1993, 2000 and 2003 royal variety show, I’m convinced that it is #markfeehily“, wrote one of them.
A second added: “QR code scanned on Robobunny…Westlife did a royal variety performance in 1999, 2000, 2003 Anyone who doesn’t say Mark Feehily is crazy is obviously his voice! #MaskedSingerUK.”
“Westlife have been playing Royal Variety for the past few years, that’s Westlife’s trademark,” wrote a third online.
Robobunny’s costume impressed people at home the most this year, but so did their enormous vocal range and impressive voice. While singing Whitney Houston’s Saving All My Love For You, the celebrity delighted the judges with their vocal talents.
Westlife’s Mark Feehily was the favorite to be unmasked as the celebrity behind the intricate costume while former X Factor star turned presenter Rylan Clark is also one of the popular picks. Some even think it’s Years & Years’ Olly Alexander – who acted as guest judge on tonight’s episode of the ITV guessing game, which makes it rather unlikely but not impossible because after all, nobody would never expect that to be the case.
“You thought he was real tough, yes? He’s just my shell. I’m actually a real softie, part of a machine,” they said in their clues filing during the show’s first week, “Now I’m not gonna ‘bunny’ on harsh exteriors, but I’ll say I’m here to ‘Control-Alt-Delete’ what you know about me. So strap on your belt, because I came to play. Let’s go.”
Another clue was “I may be made of metal but that doesn’t stop me from making a splash”, which convinced some viewers at home that they might be a swimming star with a secret voice. super singing or that they had appeared on the television show Splash.