The Masked Dancer's second episode survived the ITV schedule shake-up in the wake of The Queen's death, giving viewers a chance to see the remaining celebrities from season two shake their thing on the dancefloor.
This gave viewers a string of clues as to who might be hiding inside Onomatopoeia, Tomato Sauce, Sea Slug, Cactus, Pearly King and Pig.
The contestant with the least votes from each pair was put into the bottom three who were at risk of unmasking - with Pearly King, Pig and Cactus fighting it out for the judges votes before Pig was unmasked.
Social media was alive with speculation as to which stars might be masquerading inside the crazy costumes this year.
And judges Davina McCall, Oti Mabuse, Jonathan Ross and former footballer Peter Crouch - filling in for Mo Gilligan this series - also had a few ideas of their own.
After episode two, here are the best guesses for The Masked Dancer contestants so far.
Who's that behind the mask? All the best guesses for The Masked Dancer 2022
Pig - Unmasked as Joanna Page
Pigs clues were all about the country and sporting achievement, but the panel weren't even sure what gender they could be. They made several references to racing and wore driving gloves - which led Jonathan Ross to guess former Top Gear host Richard Hammond as well as comedian Sandi Toksvig.
Peter Crouch guessed jockey Frankie Dettori, while Davina McCall thought the dancer was athlete Jessica Ennis-Hill. And Oti Mabuse took the country clues to mean she was Countryfile's Anita Rani.
Pearly King said he had strong links to the East End with lots of references to cockney rhyming slang and playing a role - convincing many he is an EastEnders actor. The letters DD were shown repeatedly around the warehouse setting - convincing many he was Danny Dyer. But Pearly King said his biggest clue was his mane.
And he said: "The panel's guesses are dire."
Onomatopoeia dropped big hints they were a boxer and had performed in stadiums to huge crowds. But they were also seen in a library and said they loved words. Their Argentine Tango impressed Oti Mabuse and implied they had previous dance experience.
Onomatopoeia's clue was: "My body is considered anatomically correct."
Like Pig, Sea Slug was also gender ambiguous in their high heel and the judges weren't sure if they were male or female. Jonathan Ross was convinced the arrows in a treasure chest pointed to One Direction's Zayn Malik, but Oti Mabuse thought the treasure was an I'm A Celebrity clue and guessed Fleur East.
Fashion was a revealed to be a big part of Sea Slug's identity but they also mentioned making a splash - the name of another ITV reality show about diving.
Cactus's clues were all about music and rock 'n' roll. The judges all noticed a Hall Of Fame sign in the background as well as a pile of guitar plectrums. And the dancer talked about playing to huge crowds, before performing surrounded by dancing chilli peppers. Everyone thought it was a boyband member - but which band?
Cactus said: "Let's hope I won't get Busted anytime soon."
Matt Willis (Busted)
Danny Jones (McFly)
Ritchie Neville (5ive)
Tomato Sauce was all about cooking and food. She talked about being "literally saucy" as well as being a "staple at mealtimes." A flirty chef was first and foremost in everyone's minds, or a judge on a cooking reality show. But when she kicked off her routine to B*Witched's C'est Le Vie it was Tomato Sauce's incredible Irish dancing skills that left a lasting taste. Davina McCall observed whoever she was she had to have been learning it since she was a little girl - implying she was Irish.
Astronaut - Unmasked as Jesse Metcalfe
The dancer talked about exploring and adventures, as well as being "a wise man" and flying, but a cheese board also featured in his video.
Astronaut said: "You may have heard of me by the same name more than once."
Professor Brian Cox
Candlestick talked about holding court, "winning but losing", and asked "do you take lemon in your water or just ice?".
They also said: "I went via Tinseltown on my way to success."
Judge Rob Rinder
Scissors said she had been described as a "funny girl" and "not the sharpest tool in the box", as well as talking about touring.
She also said: "These peepers are feline like they could use forty winks."
Odd Socks talked about "turning up in lots of surprising places" and said they were "warm and cosy", with plenty of references to soap.
They also said they could "sniff out talent like a pair of stinky socks".
Prawn Cocktail made references to Tina Turner, Dolly Parton and Surprise, Surprise, also talking about being a "retro flavour".
They said: "I've got an insatiable appetite for success."
Pillar and Post
The duo talked about taking different journeys around the world to meet and were shown delivering a large cheque to a front door.
They also said they'd "seen stars together".
Rochelle and Marvin Humes
Dianne Buswell and Joe Sugg
Frankie Poultney and David Seaman
The Masked Dancer continues next Saturday on ITV.
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