MARTINE McCutcheon stunned The Masked Singer viewers tonight as she was unveiled as Swan.
The Love Actually star, 44, fooled pretty much everyone except judge Jonathan Ross who guessed correctly at the very last moment.
Martine McCutcheon was unveiled as Swan tonight
Swan’s American accent during the clue segments had Davina McCall and Mo Gilligan convinced it was one of the Pussycat Dolls, while Rita Ora guessed it was Frozen star Idina Menzel.
After being unmasked, Martine said: “I just thought it would be so lovely to come up and have fun.”
Over her two episodes, Martine teased a royal connection as well as serving people in high places.
Swan had an American accent to disguise Martine’s voiceCredit: ITV
Of course the clues related to her time in EastEnders, particularly its Queen Vic pub, and her role in Love Actually as tea-lady Natalie, who served the prime minister, played by Hugh Grant.
Before performing a theatrical I Am What I Am, Swan said: “I served not one but two prime ministers… and had dealings with a president of the USA.”
The president in question was Donald Trump, who she sat next to at Liza Minnelli’s wedding to David Guest.
Martine was one of seven bridesmaids at the star-studded ceremony which was also attended by Michael Jackson.
Martine McCutcheon sat next to Donald Trump at Liza Minnelli’s weddingCredit: Getty Images – Getty
One viewer wrote on Twitter: “Omg martine mcutcheon was the Swan.”
A second posted: “The story of Martine at Liza’s wedding has become even more iconic with the revelation that she was sat next to Trump at it.”
Another shared: “I was so certain that the swan on the masked singer was Michelle visage.”
Mo Gilligan revealed that Swan would be leaving the show instead of Sausage.
The big-voiced banger said in her clue segment: “I’m overwhelmed because I’m just a regular old sausage.
Sausage narrowly made it to the next roundCredit: ITV
“This sausage has put the panel in a pickle and I’m relishing every moment.
“I don’t mind speaking my mind and following my own path, but ultimately I love a bit of the simple life. I’m quite happy with a couple of beers and some potato snacks. I do love a bit of DIY.”
The hints had the judges going down different avenues, with Mo predicting it is Sheridan Smith, who found fame in Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, while Davina McCall thought it might be Strictly winner Stacey Dooley.