The Masked Dancer fans believe they have unmasked the identity of Scissors, as the ITV show returned to screens with a fresh batch of celebrities displaying their fancy footwork.
The show’s host Joel Dommett appeared alongside the judging panel of newcomer Peter Crouch, Davina McCall, Jonathan Ross and Oti Mabuse, who are tasked with guessing the celebrity identities.
This year's show sees a record number of 13 celebrities taking part in this series, with costumes including Pearly King, Pillar and Post – the first ever duo – Scissors and several more.
The all-dancing spin-off of the popular The Masked Singer show sees the contestants attempt to baffle, bewilder and bamboozle the panel and viewers with their dazzling dance moves, while contending with their cumbersome costumes.
In the first edition on Saturday night, Candlestick, Scissors, Astronaut, Odd Socks, Prawn Cocktail and Pillar and Post took to the stage.
After Scissors had sashayed across the dance floor, fans of the ITV talent show were sure they had guessed who is under the costume, with many pointing to Michelle Visage.
The clues segment was held in a salon and included the fact the contestant's voice had an American accent, as she said she is "considered sharp" and "not always been described as the sharpest tool in the shed".
Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: "Michelle Visage is Scissors!" as a second asked: "Michelle Visage?"
A third tweeted in agreement, writing: "Michelle visage as scissors."
This comes after Joel let slip a big detail about two of the celebrities, which could be key to viewers cracking the identity later on…
Speaking to The Mirror and other press at the ITV Autumn Entertainment Launch in west London, Joel teased: "Definitely there's some international stars! I can think of two right now that are so huge. I just couldn't believe they came over.
"I think now the restrictions have eased so there are more people coming over. There were definitely a few. I was like, oh my gosh. I was totally starstruck by these people and the fact they were there. It was amazing."
He added: "Even I had interactions with people the whole time. So I held their hand and hugged them or something and then after the reveal, I was like oh my gosh I was holding your hand and hugging you!"
Joel's favourite costume is Pearly King - and whilst they aren't the best dancer, they are "really enjoying" their experience, which the audience have also been enjoying too.
"I do think that Pearly King is my absolute favourite. They're really good and embrace the whole character. It's amazing and what makes this show wonderful is that it's not really in any way a talent show," he said.
"You can be an amazing singer or dancer, but Pearly King isn’t the best dancer by country mile but he's embracing it and courts the audience, he’s really enjoying it and I think that can get you really far."
He added: "The more you enjoy it, the more people enjoy watching you. It's really fun."
The Masked Dancer returns for more fancy footwork on ITV at 6.30pm on Saturdays