The Masked Singer’s bagpipes revealed as tennis ace Pat Cash

The Masked Singer's bagpipes revealed as tennis ace Pat Cash

Australian tennis champion Pat Cash is featured in The Masked Singer as a star in a bagpipe outfit.

The Wimbledon champion was chosen by the judges to remove his mask after a live audience voted in the final two with the Poodle at the ITV Singing Contest.

Tennis star Pat Cash featured as the bagpiper on ITV’s The Masked Singer

“I’m so lucky to be here,” Pat told the judges after his revelation.

Masked singers go face-to-face with famous faces giving a stellar musical performance, while their identities are kept secret under outrageous costumes.

Pat enthralled audiences during week three of competition with her incredible singing voice and tonight’s Teenage Dirtbags.

He then opted for the song Dusty Springfield while singing against the poodle.

Judge Davina McCall was the only one on the celebrity panel who said it was the Australian ace after getting the latest clues.

When asked about his background as a singer, Pat revealed, “I’ve always been a disappointed rock star and from day one I wanted to work as a masked singer.”

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“I thought it would be a lot of fun to rock, even though I’d prefer to hide behind a guitar instead of a sweaty mask. It was a great experience overall.

Host Joel Dommett asked why Pat decided to do the show and got a very honest answer.

“Luckily my schedule got cleared. I’m a huge proponent of taking your higher power into my own hands and I think that means I was capable of the show,” Pat revealed, before commenting on whether it was difficult to keep his presence a secret.

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“Not a lot, I’m a very private person anyway and I never feel comfortable with people knowing what I’m doing, I don’t know what I’m doing half the time, so I secretly get good advice.” I sing and do the show was quite easy. »

Pat then told the judges that they were close to ascertaining his identity from the start and pointed out the clues in the various packages.

‘I started a trend’ brought him to the stands after winning the Wimbledon final in 1987, when he was just 22 years old, a tradition that continues to this day.

His signature headband referred to the plaid straps of his favorite band, Cheap Trick, and his guitarist Rick Nielsen.

The sign “hiding behind a guitar strap” was a sign of his love for the band.

When asked about the constant references to Scotland in his costume and clue packets, he revealed: “I have Scottish heritage, sorry if this was confusing,” Pat told the judges.

He became the fourth celebrity after Gloria Honeyford, Heather Small and Will Young to vote for the show.

Next week, the remaining celebrities will compete to qualify for the finals.

The Masked Singer airs on ITV on Saturdays at 7 pm.


Wimbledon champion says he has always been a ‘disappointed rock star’
Glad to see Judge Davina McCall correctly understood


Glad to see Judge Davina McCall correctly understood


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