Last night's episode of 'The Masked Singer' saw not one but two singers revealed on the show - Viking and Blob.

The dramatic double elimination means that there are now just five contestants left on the show, with guest judge Alan Carr of 'Alan Carr: Chatty Man' seeing off the two contestants. Intriguingly, one of the two revealed singers has managed something that hasn't happened anywhere else where the show is aired.

As it turns out, Viking was revealed to be none other than Morten Harket, the lead singer of '80s synthpop group A-ha. Only last week, Viking performed 'Take On Me' during Clues Week and nobody clocked that it was him singing. Harket is the only contestant on 'The Masked Singer' to sing their own song while on the show.

The other singer - Blob - was revealed as comedian Lenny Henry, who freely admitted that he did the show because he was bored in lockdown. "I've been in lockdown since March... so when the people said 'Come and do this,' I was like, 'Yes OK I'll come!'" Funnily enough, Blob's song last week during Clues Week was 'Hotel Room Service' by Pitbull, which in hindsight ties in with his adverts for Premier Inn in the UK.

See, that's the problem with this show. Everything seems so obvious in hindsight. Here's both of their reveals.