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Masked Singer's Fawn set to win final without being 'rumbled' by panel

The Masked Singer final is on Saturday night and bookies are tipping Fawn to triumph, with her set to triumph without any of the judges working out who she is.

Fawn has been one of the most impressive acts on the new series of the ITV show, opening her account with a fantastic cover of Disney classic Beauty and the Beast, before going onto cover the likes of Sigma and Paloma Faith's Changing and Dua Lipa track Be The One.

She performed the latter in last weekend's semi final, with her surviving a double cull, which saw Jacket Potato and Jellyfish go home, to make the final three. Ever since a clue about 'black coffee' made an appearance in Fawn's first VT back in week one, All Saints fans have been convinced that Natalie Appleton is the celebrity in disguise, with their theory being backed up by the mentions of 'Wonderland' - the name of the Take That tour All Saints were the support on and 'Down Under' - which looks like being a nod to the singer's stint on I'm A Celebrity.

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Fawn's identity has proven to a real sticking point for The Masked Singer panel, with them guessing stars like Hear'Say's Kym Marsh and Susanne Shaw and even music megastar Shania Twain, while not even mentioning Natalie's name once as potential candidate. A clue which could have sent them in her direction went flying over their heads on Saturday, as they failed to recognise that November 1 being seen on a calendar was a reference to All Saints Day.

With many fans of The Masked Singer not being fully sold on Natalie being Fawn, she is the overwhelming favourite to be Fawn and, at the time of writing, was also the favourite to win the show on 2/1 with, just ahead of Rhino, thought to be Busted's Charlie Simpson, on 3/1

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