Masked Singer fans believe Andy Murray is Bagpipes celeb after bagel clue

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The Masked Singer viewers are convinced they've spotted a major clue as to who the mysterious Scottish celeb might be behind the Bagpipes mask.

Bagpipes is one of the latest celebrity contestants concealing their identity on the ITV show and fans believe an iconic tennis star might be behind the mask.

Viewers believe three time tennis grand slam winner Andy Murray might be behind the Bagpipe's disguise.

On Sunday night's episode, there was a series of clues to tease fans about who the celeb might be under the Bagpipe's disguise.

The preview video was set at Edinburgh Castle, where viewers learnt the star behind the mask is no stranger to an instrument and might be known for having started a tradition.

The name Annette was attached to a toy dog in the clip and the phrase "not going to be as easy as ACDC," was heard.

Murray who's Scottish has previously shared his pre-match playlist for fans which includes an ACDC track.

Fans major clue swaying them towards the British tennis icon is that "two bagels" were mentioned which a double bagel is in fact a tennis term.

One convinced fan took to Twitter and said: "Bagpipes is Andy Murray."

"Call me crazy but I think bagpipes is one of the Murray brothers. Andy and Jamie the dog clue and the tennis rackets."

A third added: "Bagpipes is Any Murray. Too many tennis references not to be lol."

"Andy Murray is my guess," said another.

Sadly, Bagpipes' performance didn't go down with all the viewers, as host Joel Dommett announced they were left to battle it out against Snow Leopard and Rockhopper in the bottom three.

Snow Leopard was voted out by judges, Jonathan Ross, Rita Ora, Davina McCall and Mo Gilligan.

TV legend Gloria Hunniford was revealed as the celebrity under the extravagant mask.

Next Saturday has been revealed as movie night as Robobunny, Lionfish, Doughnuts, Mushroom and Firework will go head-to-head.

The masked favourites are to compete with a brand new performance and set of clues, and as ever will hope to avoid being detected.

The Masked Singer UK continues this Saturday at 7pm on ITV, while last weekend's episodes are available to watch on ITV Hub.

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  • Andy Murray
  • ITV
  • The Masked Singer

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