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Masked Singer odds: 90s Pop star new favourite to be unmasked as Fawn

Liam Solomon
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All Saints singer Natalie Appleton and Emily Atack now frontrunners to be hiding in plain sight on show

90s pop icon Natalie Appleton is the new favourite to be unveiled as Fawn on the Masked, according to the latest odds from Safe Betting Sites.

The singer, who rose to fame in band All Saints, is now the 2/1 favourite to be the famous face behind the mask following Saturday night’s performance.

Queen of the Jungle Emily Atack has also become the most likely pick to be the loveable pigeon, with her odds being slashed dramatically into 7/4 from 8/1.

Former EastEnders actor Shane Ritchie and Busted singer Charlie Simpson remain hot favourites to be playing Jacket Potato and Rhino, respectively.

Masked Singer – Odds via Safe Betting Sites

Week 4
Jacket Potato
Evs Shane Ritchie (in from 2/1)
5/1 Brian Conley
6/1 Richie Sambora
12/1 Matt Lucas (out from 9/4)
16/1 Vic Reeves

2/1 Natalie Appleton (New Favourite)
4/1 Dannii Minogue
5/1 Kym Marsh
10/1 Samantha Womack (out from 3/1)
16/1 Debbie Gibson

1/2 Charlie Simpson (in from Evens)
5/2 James Arthur
20/1 Lewis Capaldi

7/4 Emily Atack (New Favourite)
2/1 Paloma Faith
7/1 Linda Robson
10/1 Catherine Tate
16/1 Gemma Collins

Week 3
1/3 Claire Richards
5/1 Jane Horrocks
10/1 Sara Davies
25/1 Tom Daley

6/4 Amber Reilly
3/1 Beverley Knight
5/1 Emeli Sande
8/1 Michelle Williams
12/1 Carol Decker
16/1 Mel C

6/4 Catherine Tate
5/2 Mel Giedroyc
10/1 Fiona Shaw
12/1 Kate Bush
20/1 Dawn French

1/2 Ricky Wilson
4/1 David Tennant
8/1 Jason Donovan
16/1 John Barrowman

Liam Solomon

Liam is a content writer for Safe Betting Sites. He has 7 years of experience writing articles on trending topics including sports and finance. Liam has a passion for analysing trending data and has had his data articles shared in publications including the New York Times, BBC and 1000's more.

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