Another series has come and gone of the hit ITV evening show, The Masked Singer, where celebrities are hiding behind their masks in order for the celebrity panel to guess correctly who is indeed, the masked singer. Hosted by Joel Dommett, the comedian and presenter has blessed the screens with some very dapper looks indeed across all 3 seasons; but so to have the celebrity panel. Let's delve into some of their best looks from seasons 1 and 2.
During the filming of the second season, broadcaster Jonathan Ross would upload a few of his The Masked Singer attires to his Instagram feed, and this sharp number was one of them. With a vintage floral pattern printed into a black background for the jacket design, it really stood out thanks to the bright green shawl collar and matching cuffs. The large patch pockets situated near the bottom of the piece also featured a strip of bright green running across the opening and occasionally, a slight hint of the green would be seen showing near the jacket hem. The shoulders were elevated on this one-button design and the judge would style it with a pair of slim black trousers and black shirt.
For the season 2 finale, Mr. Ross would wear a sharp two-piece black evening suit, styled with an accompanying black shirt with a textured lime green tie to brighten the ensemble. The selection of the time would also link very nicely to the hints of green spotted within the oriental designs positioned in the middle of the jacket sleeves. The satin shawl collar is certainly very crisp; but the eye-catching feature of the look was most certainly the art that featured on the attire.
Jonathan Ross wore a couple of plaid check numbers during season 1 and as pictured above, this red and black jacket was an example of such. The tartan plaid check had hints of yellow running through the design as it had soft padded shoulders and black buttons on the front for the fastening. With a lapel front and small buttons on the cuff, he styled the jacket with a black crew neck underneath for a cool smart/casual vibe.
Like her fellow judge, singer Rita Ora has been a celebrity judge on the panel since the very first episode of The Masked Singer when it aired on 4th January 2020. For one of the episodes, she wore a two-piece dark navy/black suit with white pieces that were randomly placed within the design of the cloth. Her trouser hem finished floor length and draped over her shoes whilst the jacket was single-breasted and included the classic flapped pockets. Across the waist was a chunky white belt that cinched the jacket in and acted as a second fastening and on her sleeves, numerous fabric covered black buttons were on the jacket cuffs for that unique finish.
It was all about the shoulders on this look from season 1 as the singer sported a mid-length fitted navy velvet dress. It was completed with quite an Art Deco style embellishment that covered the entire dress, with the corners and meeting points of each diamond forming into circles. The shoulders were most definitely padded and very boxy too which strengthened the metallic impact of the garment, toned down by the soft material of the cloth and the soft crew neck shape.
More dazzling looks continued into season 2 of The Masked Singer for Rita Ora but on occasions, she also played it cool. During this clip where comedian Matt Lucas was a guest judge, she's seen wearing a glossy red leather or pleather jacket with her sleeves pushed up to 3/4 length for that cool effect.The shoulders are very relaxed but the overall piece kept on point thanks to the wide peak lapels that aren't far off from reaching the shoulder line. An angled welt pocket sits behind the peak lapel and is noticed thanks to the subtle sheen of the garment.
Comedian and actor Ken Jeong was a celebrity judge on the very first season of The Masked Singer as it aired in the UK at the start of 2020 after he was a regular judge on the US version of the show. His range of outfits were kept quite casual as one of them is pictured above, the actor wearing a black baseball jacket with white stripes around the crew neckline, cuffs and hem. The shoulders are kept relaxed and underneath, he styled the piece with a blue crew neck tee and trousers.
He switched his wardrobe up during the season by styling a casual tee with a blazer over the top. The jacket included notch lapels and subtle padding in the shoulders as the two-button piece was left unfastened. The jacket cuffs were arranged in a classic four-button formation, again bringing the smart tailored elements through to the relaxed attire; but, it was the finale of season 1 where Ken Jeong really delivered a sublime ensemble.
The casual and relaxed elements were still there in his look through the black crew neck that was untucked over the trousers and the choice of wearing trainers; but the matching two-piece suit was very cool. The red print against the dark background of the cloth was eye-catching, the jacket cut in a one-button style and edged in black for a refined finish. Wide notch lapels sat high on the chest as a welt and two flapped pockets could also be seen on the item. Side seam pockets were included in the cut of the trousers as the hem fell to sit over the shoes and leave a break near the bottom.
She's also been a regular celebrity judge since season 1 and for one of Davina McCall's outfits in the season mentioned, she opted for a black sequined gown that almost brushed the floor. The sleeves were long but with a raised shoulder to give the glamorous garment a bit of height. A high neck was also included in the gown whilst a thigh-high side split was seen down the one side of the dress, breaking up the impact of the sequins but also ensuring the glisten of the sequins were noticed.
Fast forward to season 2 and this all-in-one red number worn by the presenter ready to guess who's behind the mask once more. The jumpsuit was separate and sleeveless with the bodice fitted through to the knees where the flares made the ensemble quite groovy. Across her shoulders was a matching red cape which met in the centre of the chest, whilst the shoulders themselves were definitely on point and added a very sharp vibe to the overall look.
For the finale of season 2, Davina McCall certainly chose an attire for the part as she glistened in a sky blue halter neck evening gown. The neckline draped down to a low back as it was constructed from a sequinned fabric and like some of her other garments across all 3 seasons, a side split was included down the left side. It certainly was very glamorous and a timeless silhouette for such a grand episode.
Comedian Mo Gilligan joined the celebrity judging panel for season 2 and he brought his dapper style with him too. One of his suits was a grey pinstripe two-piece with light blue stripes running through the cloth, picking up the blue undertone of the cloth. He styled it with a baby blue crew neck shirt underneath, a casual approach contrasted by the peak lapels on the jacket. On the cuffs were dark buttons and in his welt pocket was a light blue pocket square to enhance the blue stripes further whilst printed with an intricate design.
Another suit the comedian wore during the second season was a teal blue two-piece suit, single-breasted in cut but monochrome in the overall look. Mo Gilligan's jacket featured flapped pockets and a two-button front with the notched lapels sitting flat against the chest. His trousers were a straight-leg cut with a centre crease running down the front for a smart finish as the hem sat just above the tops of his shoes. Whilst wearing a darker blue formal shirt underneath, he accessorised with a floral artistic printed tie that with its subtle gloss finish, was able to mirror the various shades of blue going on in the look. The printed pocket square also incorporated blue whilst on a white background just to give an extra bit of pop.
From blue suits to a dash of pink, Mo Gilligan was spotted in season 2 wearing a soft pink linen number, designed with peak lapels and lovely padded shoulders to mirror the softness and slight casual nature of the outfit. A darker pink buttonhole was embroidered onto one of the lapels as he styled the look with a white crew neck shirt to pick out the white in the cloth's weave, along with accessorising using a white pocket square in the welt pocket to pick out the finer detail. The jacket cuffs were completed with four white buttons either side and the same pink shade for the embroidery of the buttonholes.
What has been your favourite outfit of the show across all 3 seasons so far, as worn by the celebrity judging panel? We wonder what their wardrobes will bring for the next season! Check back for more stand-out looks from The Masked Singer and your favourite TV shows on our blog.
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