It’s the show that everyone is talking about – and now it seems we know the identity of another celebrity behind the mask on hit reality program The Masked Singer.
While Dannii Minogue guessed on Tuesday that the Rhino character was former Carlton football star Brendan Fevola, we have now had seeming confirmation from none other than the man himself that she was correct.
WATCH: Star outs himself as the Rhino
Speaking on the Fifi, Fev and Byron radio show, the footy icon let slip as he was grilled over whether he was the man behind the mask.
'Obviously Dannii's seen my moves on Dancing with the Stars and knows that I move really well. I can't say too much,' Brendan teased, amid suggestions he was the horny beast.
Added Fifi Box: 'You got smashed on socials. Everyone thinks it's you!'
It was then that he all but confirmed the truth.
'I had so many people texting me, texting Alex and we couldn't really write back because we're under secrecy,' Brendan said.
Fifi immediately picked up on the slip, noting, 'You're only under secrecy if it is you. So what are you trying to say?'
The Rhino performed Shotgun by George Ezra, with Fevola later admitting on social media, 'That's my favourite song - it gets me up'.
Whether Fevola genuinely let slip or was just just contriving a tacky FM radio stunt, the big clue follows mounting suspicions about other performers on the Channel Ten show.
Most people seem to think it’s Nikki Webster behind the alien mask. Her petite dimensions and singing style certain suggest that it is.
The former Sydney 2000 Olympics icon has broken her silence on the rumours, telling the Daily Telegraph’s Jonathan Moran, ‘I am so flattered.’
Speaking of the gossip that has even swept her popular dance studio, the 32-year-old former child star refused to rule out appearing on such a show.
‘I have seen a bit of talk and a lot of kids at the studio,’ she told the Telegraph. ‘Would I do a reality show like that? I don’t know. I guess it depends … right time, right place, it just depends.’
And Rob Mills has also been named. Radio producer Leon Sjogren tweeted a photograph of himself and the Wolf, and tagged the singer's name in the snap.
The producer from Fox FM's Fifi, Fev & Byron show posted the photo to Twitter and tagged Australian actor and singer Rob Mills as the Wolf.
There was no getting away from the blatant spoiler as Leon captioned the Twitter photo: "Me with @RobMillsyMills earlier today. #MaskedSingerAU."
Rob appeared on the first season of Australian Idol, he also played Neighbours' former villain Finn Kelly.