THE Masked Singer fans are in shock as Eiffel Tower has been revealed as 80s superstar Tiffany.
The singer – full name Tiffany Darwish – was voted out of the competition tonight and revealed her true identity.
But instead of re-singing a track, Tiffany sang her number one hit I Think We’re Alone Now after being asked by judging panellist Jonathan Ross on Saturday night’s episode.
The reveal left fans in shock.
One wrote: “Holy s***! I never would’ve guessed Eiffel Tower was Tiffany #TheMaskedSinger #TheMaskedSingerUK #MaskedsingerUK #Maskedsinger”
A second said: “I was wrong. Can’t believe it was Tiffany. #maskedsingeruk”
Another said: “I’d never have guessed Tiffany fromalone – she sounded very different to the 80s teen icon when she was rocking out as Eiffel Tower – but the clues were all there.
“Very clever and cryptic – my favourite kind to work out! #MaskedSingerUK @MaskedSingerUK @ThisisDavina”
Meanwhile American actress and singer Keala Settle has been revealed as a contestant too.
The 48-year-old theatre star told the judges that they did not make “many close” guesses, even though one of the hints pointed to her Golden Globe win for the musical The Greatest Showman.
When she was unmasked as Air Fryer on Saturday’s semi-final, Settle said she was “pleased and privileged to be able to do it” and there had been no physical difficulty with her square-style outfit.
Settle said: “You have this facade that you’re used to, you know, performing, being that person, and when this is off? That’s off, this is what they’re looking for.
“It was a massive learning experience and it was a game changer.”
She also appeared surprise that a previous guest judge, comedian and Absolutely Fabulous star Jennifer Saunders, did not guess her identity before the semi-final as they had starred in a London musical adaption of Sister Act together.
Comedian Mo Gilligan said Settle’s performance was “absolutely phenomenal” before adding: “Some of the songs you were singing, it was almost like this show could go on for like 10 years and we would never know.”