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Masked Singer Dragon favourite to be unmasked next

| 05.02.2021

Dragon is the favourite character to be unveiled this weekend on The Masked Singer, according to our latest odds.

2/1 says Sue Perkins is the voice behind Dragon, or there’s a 3/1 shot Courtney Act is, but regardless of the celebrity inside the costume it’s Dragon who’s the odds-on 4/6 favourite to be unmasked next.

Aston Merrygold remains the red-hot favourite to be Robin, despite Westlife’s Nicky Byrne hinting it could be him, which saw the Irishman installed at 8/1 in the betting.

Sausage fans are still trying to decide whether it’s Sheridan Smith (5/4), Joss Stone (2/1) or Stacey Solomon (3/1) who’s taking part in the competition this year.

However, Badger betting is wide open, with Ne-Yo the current 5/4 favourite, followed closely by Kevin Clifton at 2/1Gabrielle is the odds-on 4/7 favourite to be Harlequin.

Jessica O’Reilly of Ladbrokes said: “Westlife fans might be getting excited at the prospect of Nicky Byrne being Robin, but the odds suggest it would be a huge shock if it was anyone other than JLS star Aston Merrygold.”

She added: “Badger and Sausage are the acts that viewers seem to be struggling with the most, and that’s reflected in the betting as the bookies think it’s wide open as well.”

Ladbrokes Latest Betting

Masked Singer Latest Odds:

To be unmasked this weekend

Dragon – 4/6

Sausage – 2/1

Badger – 3/1

Harlequin – 6/1

Robin – 10/1


Sue Perkins – 2/1

Courtney Act – 3/1

Ian ‘H’ Watkins – 4/1

Katherine Ryan – 5/1

Michelle Visage – 6/1


Ne-Yo – 5/4

Kevin Clifton – 2/1

Carl Fogarty – 4/1

Will Green – 4/1

Jahmene Douglas – 5/1

Guy Martin – 5/1


Aston Merrygold – 1/5

Olly Murs – 6/1

Nicky Byrne – 8/1

Jake Wood – 10/1


Gabrielle – 4/7

Tracy Chapman – 4/1

Scarlett Moffatt – 5/1

Trisha Goddard – 10/1


Sheridan Smith – 5/4

Joss Stone – 2/1

Stacey Solomon – 3/1

Billie Piper – 10/1

View the latest Masked Singer odds

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.