The Masked Singer final sees all 12 characters perform together before Hedgehog, Octopus and Queen Bee are unmasked – The Sun

THE Masked Singer final will see all 12 characters perform together for the first time before finalists Hedgehog, Octopus and Queen Bee are unmasked.

The eliminated celebrities will be donning their extravagant costumes one last time this series for what is set to be a spectacular grand finale.

In a teaser clip of the episode, all of this series' stars take to the stage to perform The Greatest Show from The Greatest Showman in a one-off group performance.

Viewers are on tenterhooks to discover who the final three celebs behind the masks are.

So far, nine stars have been exposed, with CeeLo Green and Denise Van Outen revealed to be Monster and Fox respectively last week.

Skin from Skunk Anansie was previously unmasked as Duck, Jake Shears as Unicorn, Kelis as Daisy, and Teddy Sheringham as Tree.

The first three celebs eliminated were Patsy Palmer as Butterfly, Alan Johnson as Pharaoh, and Chameleon as Justin Hawkins.

They will all be performing again in full costume this weekend.

Either Hedgehog, Octopus or Queen Bee will be crowned the first ever winner of the UK series of the show, with fans desperate to find out who they really are.

Several hints have been dropped throughout the series, with Queen Bee starting her career "quite young" and "part of a wild card", with fans speculating that she could be Girls Aloud's Nicola Roberts, Little Mix's Jesy Nelson, or even Killing Eve's Jodie Comer.

Earlier today, Denise Van Outen speculated that it could even be US superstar Ariana Grande as she insisted that she had "no idea" who her fellow masked singers were.

Meanwhile, Katherine Jenkins or Charlotte Church are frontrunners to be behind the Octopus mask, with her unique operatic voice catching viewers' attention.

Finally, comics Michael McIntyre and Jason Manford's names are in the ring for Hedgehog, as well as Michael Ball, Mackenzie Crook, and Brian McFadden.

Clues have included that the star is a "workaholic" who is "most active at night" – and that his "natural habitat" is the stage.

The Masked Singer final is on ITV at 7pm this Saturday 15 February

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