Who is Rubbish on The Masked Singer season 4? Theories, clues and songs
Here's everything you need to know about The Masked Singer's Rubbish.
ITV1's The Masked Singer is back on Saturday (21st January), with five celebrities returning to the stage to perform another musical number.
Last week saw Martin and Shirlie Kemp revealed to be Cat and Mouse after the pair lost in a sing-off to Knitting.
Now just nine contestants remain in the Masked Singer line-up, and among those singing on Saturday is Rubbish – the warbling wheelie bin.
He'll be going up against the likes of Jacket Potato, Pigeon, Rhino and Fawn, but will he make it through to the next round or will he be thrown out with the trash?
Here's everything we know so far about Rubbish.
Who is Rubbish? Clues, guesses, and songs
- Week 1 – Let Me Entertain You by Robbie Williams
- All the bins in Rubbish's VT are different colours
- The red bin is labelled 'No. 1'
- "Cleaning up, that's what I do best."
- "Inside of my bin is trash I'm compiling, as a person I'm happy but you won't see me smiling."
- "We're all solo" – was Rubbish someone in a band who left to pursue a solo career?
- Dean Gaffney
- Antony Costa
- Sir Chris Hoy
Is Marvin Humes Rubbish on The Masked Singer?
While various singers from boybands were floated by the judges in Week 2, many viewers were convinced that Rubbish is Marvin Humes from JLS.
JLS fans will remember that each member of the group was given a signature colour, with Marvin's being green.
"Rubbish is Marvin Humes, green in JLS, went solo in his DJ career, chose to sing something completely different to disguise he can actually sing," one tweeter wrote.
What time is The Masked Singer on?
The Masked Singer airs on Saturdays on ITV1 and ITVX.
The next episode will take place on Saturday 20th January at 7pm, and will see the second set of contestants performing.
Season 4 returned on New Year's Day with Joel Dommett back to present the music competition, and Davina McCall, Jonathan Ross, Rita Ora, and Mo Gilligan returning to the detective panel.
The Masked Singer airs on Saturdays on ITV1 and ITVX. Check out more of our Entertainment coverage or visit our TV Guide and Streaming Guide for more to watch.
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