‘Butterfly’ found herself in the bottom three alongside ‘Duck’ and ‘Chameleon’, with the show’s panel – Jonathan Ross, Davina McCall, Rita Ora and Ken Jeong – ultimately deciding to send ‘Butterfly’ home and umask her.
“I love singing in general – not that I’m any good, but it’s an extremely uplifting thing to do,” Palmer said, post-reveal. “I love music, it’s a total passion of mine – I DJ – so I’m constantly playing music. To be able to get on a stage that size was a dream too although I must say I was really nervous.”
Though Palmer admitted that the toughest part of the Masked Singer process was “going off”, saying “The minute I went the nerves left me and I thought I could’ve done a few more numbers.
“I’m so grateful for the experience, truly it was wonderful.”
Though a few viewers at home twigged that it was Palmer behind the mask, the Masked Singer panel failed to identity Butterfly.