The Masked Singer SPOILER: Betting odds reveal the celebrities mostly likely to be behind the masks – and who is tipped to WIN the competition
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Australia’s third season of The Masked Singer has been keeping fans guessing for weeks.
And the latest odds from Sportsbet speak volumes about who fans believe are the celebrities behind the masks.
The latest season was filmed last month in Sydney, and the current odds suggest the identities of the nine singers remaining in the competition, as well as pointing to a clear winner.
The Masked Singer SPOILER: Betting odds from Sportsbet have revealed the celebrities mostly likely to be behind the masks this season – as well as who is tipped to win. Pictured: Judge Dannii Minogue
As of Monday afternoon, the Vampire is the favourite with odds of just $1.50.
Meanwhile, odds show the majority of viewers are convinced that the celebrity behind the Vampire mask is American pop sensation Anastacia.
The Baby is tipped for second place ($4) and Pavlova is most likely to place third in the competition ($8.50).
Winner: As of Monday afternoon, the Vampire is the favourite with odds of just $1.50
International superstar: Meanwhile, odds show the majority of viewers are convinced that the celebrity behind the Vampire mask is American pop sensation Anastacia (right)
Fourth place goes to the Dolly ($11), while coming in fifth is Mullet ($13.00).
At the tail end of the betting odds are the Kebab in sixth place ($15), Atlantis in seventh place ($15) and Piñata in eighth position ($21).
The ninth spot is currently occupied by Lightning, who languishes at the bottom of the pack with odds of $26.
Oh baby! Fans are convinced the Baby is Killing Heidi front-woman Ella Hooper (right)
Viewers have also had their say about the true identities of this season’s masked singers.
Fans are convinced the Baby is Killing Heidi front-woman Ella Hooper, while the Pavlova is Australian chef Anna Gare.
Speculation that Anna was the Pavlova began last week after the mask gave a clue on the show about being ‘as sweet as they look’ and that they ‘love the kitchen’.
Sweet surprise! Fans believe the Pavlova is Australian chef Anna Gare (right)
Other clues included French references, the Western Australian flag, and long career in the food and cooking industry.
Anna hails from Western Australia, is a musician and a well-known cook. She also shares the same name as Anna Pavlova.
Meanwhile, Odds suggest that the Dolly is radio personality and singer Em Rusciano.
Ain’t see a doll? Meanwhile, Odds suggest that the Dolly is radio personality and singer Em Rusciano (right)
Fans believe this is the case after a number of clues appeared to directly relate to Em’s life story.
During Sunday’s episode of the Channel 10 show, Dolly revealed the clue that they’d ‘made their mark’ in 2004 after missing out on their dream.
In 2004, Em finished ninth on Australian Idol and then went on to launch her career.
Back on stage? Viewers also believe that Australia’s Got Talent star Jack Vidgen (right) is the Kebab
Other clues included a photo of Sammy Davis Jr, three Baby Born dolls and a change of career.
Em has three children, loves to dress up and is known for being playful.
The Mullet is meanwhile thought to be footy star and TV personality Beau Ryan.
Could it be? Fans believe Alli Simpson (pictured) is behind the Lightning mask. Currently, Lightning has the longest odds of winning
Viewers also believe that Australia’s Got Talent star Jack Vidgen is the Kebab, while radio star and author Wendy Harmer is Atlantis.
Finally, odds show that New Zealand actor Jay Laga’aia is most likely to be the Piñata, and that singer Alli Simpson is Lightning.
The Masked Singer continues Monday at 7:30pm on Channel 10
Who is beneath the masks according to Sportsbet?
Vampire – Anastacia ($1.50)
Baby – Ella Hooper ($4.00)
Pavlova – Anna Gare ($8.50)
Dolly – Em Rusciano ($11.00)
Mullet – Beau Ryan ($13.00)
Kebab – Jack Vidgen ($15.00)
Atlantis – Wendy Harmer ($17.00)
Piñata – Jay Laga’aia ($21.00)
Lightning – Alli Simpson ($26.00)
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