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Sheridan Smith has seemingly confirmed whether or not she is competing on The Masked Singer as Sausage by performing on another TV show.
The 39 year old has been the subject of rumours she is Sausage on the hit ITV show since the second series started in December.
However, following her performance on BBC One's Musicals: The Greatest Shows, fans are now convinced she is not behind the mask.
Sheridan performed I Know Him So Well alongside Amanda Holden on the show, with viewers deciding she sounds nothing like Sausage.
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Fans took to Twitter to discuss Sheridan's performance, with one writing: "#MusicalsTheGreatestShow has now confirmed that sausage is not sheridan smith [sic]."
A second added: "Sheridan Smith is amazing but I'm telling you she's NOT sausage. #MusicalsTheGreatestShow."
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With a third chiming: "2 mins in to #MusicalsTheGreatestShow.. sheridan is definitely not sausage… [sic]"
Clues spotted in this weekend's episode of The Masked Singer led fans — and her own fiancé — to believe that Sausage is Stacey Solomon.
However, odds are being slashed on Joss Stone after a TikTok user has left people convinced that she is behind the Sausage mask.
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Discussing the clue "I could tell you about the time I snagged myself a king," TikTokker Matthew Seaman said: "As we all know, Joss Stone played Anne of Cleaves so she was married to Henry VIII in The Tudors."
Reacting to the clue "I was once on the menu for a princess," Matthew pointed out that Joss performed at the benefit concert Concert for Diana in 2007.
He also explained how Sausage "seeing some very important people get to say 'for better or wurst'" could be linked to her attendance at the Royal Wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in 2018.
Sausage's identity will be revealed on the final of The Masked Singer on Saturday at 7pm on ITV.
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