Who is Traffic Cone on The Masked Singer UK? Celebrity identify clues and theories

15 January 2022, 14:44

Everything we know about who Traffic Cone might be...
Everything we know about who Traffic Cone might be... Picture: ITV
Polly Foreman

By Polly Foreman

The Masked Singer UK's Traffic Cone: find out all the clues and theories about which celebrity is behind the mask...

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It's officially time to dig out your detective hats - because the The Masked Singer is back on our screens.

The bonkers ITV series is back for a third season, and has seen the return of Jonathan Ross, Mo Gilligan, Rita Ora, and Davina McCall as judges on the best guessing game on TV.

It sees mystery celebrity contestants perform a song each week to a live audience while dressed in elaborate costumes, and we don't find out their identity until they're eliminated from the competition.

Here's everything we know about who could be behind Traffic Cone's mask...

Traffic Cone is competing on The Masked Singer season three
Traffic Cone is competing on The Masked Singer season three. Picture: ITV

Who is Traffic Cone?

In their first VT, Traffic Cone said that the shape of a traffic cone is close to their heart. They also said they have a 'sporting' chance of keeping us guessing, they're a troublemaker, and ‘I made my money taking my top off’.

The VT was filmed at a construction site.

Many fans are convinced Traffic Cone is Tom Jones, with one writing: "TRAFFIC CONE is definitely Tom Jones. I remember him saying on the Voice he worked in Construction before he made it big!"

Another added: "Tom Jones IS traffic cone."

Who else is on The Masked Singer UK?

The full list of costumes is as follows:

What time is The Masked Singer on ITV?

The show is on every Saturday at 7pm.

Who is the host of The Masked Singer?

Joel Dommett has once again returned to host the show. Speaking ahead of the series start about his excitement, Joel said: "It's amazing. It's really great, especially this series as having an audience has really changed everything. The energy in the studio has stepped up a notch and having full families in front of you enjoying it in the same way they enjoy it in their lounge is super important. It's made it the best series yet."