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  • Writer's pictureLaura Smith

Could The Masked Singer Australia’s ‘Snapdragon’ be a Eurovision star?

TV's wackiest singing show 'The Masked Singer Australia' is back on Aussie screens, and tonight marked Episode 2 of the fourth season of the reality show.

Tonight the character 'Snapdragon' caught the attention of the judges and viewers at home.

The celebrity guessing panel guessed that Peter Andre, Trixie Mattel, Renee Zellweger, and even fellow 'Australia Decides' alumni Courtney Act could be under the Snapdragon mask, based on the clues and Snapdragon's performance of Demi Lovato's hit 'Sorry Not Sorry' on tonight's show.

Attentive fans think that the famous face under the flowery facade, however, is none other than Aussie Eurovision star Sheldon Riley.

Let's break down the clues from tonight's episode:

  • "We compete for our time in the sun" - Sheldon rose to fame by competing in reality TV singing competitions including 'X Factor', 'The Voice', and 'America's Got Talent'.

  • "But even then, you don't really see me as I am" - Sheldon is famous for wearing a bejewelled mask when he performs. This mask was also referenced with Snapdragon holding up a sign reading 'SNAPDRAGONS LOVE JIM CARREY' and the phrase "some people call me mysterious"

  • Snapdragon was pictured with a dumbbell which read '100' - the exact number of points he received at 'Eurovision - Australia Decides 2022'.

  • "I may not breathe fire but I am determined" - Sheldon released the single 'Fire' following his appearance on 'The Voice Australia'

  • Filipino flags appeared on the screen as a nod to Sheldon's heritage.

Do you think Sheldon Riley is the 'Snapdragon'?

Do you think Snapdragon is Sheldon?

  • Yes, for sure

  • Maybe

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‘The Masked Singer Australia’ continues tomorrow night on Channel 10 at 7:30pm and on 10play.


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