Did Cricket, Bigfoot or Piranha win The Masked Singer 2024? What happened in Saturday's final

The identities of the Masked Singer's Bigfoot, Cricket and Piranha are revealed below...
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The Masked Singer came to a dramatic end last night (February 17), with the final three characters battling it out to win the coveted trophy and title of grand champion.

Presented by Joel Dommett, along with celebrity judges Mo Gilligan, Davina McCall, Rita Ora and Jonathan Ross, the competition has been keeping viewers entertained since it kicked off in January. There had been nine celebrities unmasked so far, with shock reveals including Lorraine Kelly, Shirley Ballas and Nicky Campbell.

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With just three finalists left in the competition there were plenty of theories and rumours about their identities swirling around. Here's everything you need to know about who The Masked Singer finalists 2024. WARNING: Spoilers ahead...

Who were The Masked Singer finalists 2024?

The 12 finalists were whittled down to just three contestants: Bigfoot, Cricket and Piranha.


Bigfoot is believed to be Alex Brooker (Photo: ITV)Bigfoot is believed to be Alex Brooker (Photo: ITV)
Bigfoot is believed to be Alex Brooker (Photo: ITV)

The cuddly character had warmed viewers' hearts, with fan theories mainly pointing towards TV presenter Alex Brooker. Bigfoot always appears with his foot in a cast, which could be a hint towards the show Brooker appears on called The Last Leg or could be a nod to his prosthetic leg. And indeed it turned out to be Alex Brooker, and he came second


Cricket, The Masked Singer (Photo: ITV)Cricket, The Masked Singer (Photo: ITV)
Cricket, The Masked Singer (Photo: ITV)

This bug has been keeping audiences and the judges guessing throughout. Davina McCall suggested Cricket could be JLS's Marvin Humes, Mo proposed Levi Roots, and Olly Murs considered Lemar. Fans however are convinced that Cricket is a member of the boyband Blue with some suggesting he is Duncan James or his bandmate Simon Webbe. But the judges' hunch that he was indeed Lemar was proved right - he finished third.


Piranha on The Masked Singer (Photo: ITV)Piranha on The Masked Singer (Photo: ITV)
Piranha on The Masked Singer (Photo: ITV)
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This fish has been killing it with the judges and viewers alike for the whole series. The judges described Piranha as one of the "best singers of the series", with fans having a strong theory about who could be behind the mask.

The latest rumour comes following last week's semi-final, with the top guess going to Shayne Ward, as the Coronation Street actor is also a talented singer who won X Factor in 2005. And the judging panel were baffled, with the guess with the most consensus being Donnie Wahlberg.

However, the theory that he was McFly's Danny Jones was proved correct. A clue revealed Piranha's wife was a former Miss England, McFly's album Motion in the Ocean was also hinted at and the choice of a Michael Bolton song was a pointer, with Jones being from the city of Bolton.

Who was on The Masked Singer 2024?

Nine celebrities have been unmasked so far on The Masked Singer, with some high profile faces behind those colourful characters. Here is who has been revealed so far:

  • Week 1 - Weather was revealed to be Dionne Warwick
  • Week 2 - Chicken Caesar was revealed to be Alexander Armstrong
  • Week 3 - Rat was revealed to be Shirley Ballas
  • Week 4 - Bubble Tea was revealed to be Julia Sawalha 
  • Week 5 - Owl was revealed to be Lorraine Kelly
  • Week 6 - Maypole was revealed to be Melody Thornton
  • Week 6 - Dippy Egg was revealed to be Nicky Campbell
  • Week 7 - Eiffel Tower was revealed to be Tiffany Darwish
  • Week 7 - Air Fryer was revealed to be Keala Settle

When is The Masked Singer final?

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The Masked Singer final was last night (February 17) on ITV1 and ITVX at 7.20pm, and is now available to stream. There is no grand prize for the person who takes home the crown, instead they win a trophy and the title of champion.

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