The Masked Singer UK fans all have same complaint which makes watching show hard

The Masked Singer UK fans were less than impressed after tuning in this weekend to watch the unmasking of Lionfish – who was no other than Pop Idol icon Will Young.

Viewers aired their grievances about a number of technical issues that made the popular ITV show hard to watch at times.

On Twitter, there were masses of comments that seemed to relate to the "editing" and "sound" – with folk groaning they couldn't hear the singers vocals over the loud music.

"Love The Masked Singer but the music is slightly too loud. It kinda drowns out the voice," grumbled one person.

Another moaned: "I can’t be the only one who finds the awful sound on The Masked Singer frustrating?

"Can't b****y hear them sing because of the excruciatingly loud background noise layered over the top, the fake audience screaming, and the overly loud music?"

While a third remarked: "Masked Singer the editing is terrible as you can’t hear the singers, can only hear the crowd and the panel screeching… so annoying."

Singer Will Young became the third person to be unmasked on the programme – despite his best efforts to disguise his vocals.

During a discussion with Lorraine on Tuesday, the 42-year-old did explain to the Scottish host that he had been pleased with his efforts and praised himself for singing Nessun Dorma by Giacomo Puccini.

He said: "It was so much fun and, you know, one of the things – and I really mean this – I'm so proud of myself.

"It's one of the highlights of my career, singing Nessun Dorma, because when would I get the chance to sing classical music on TV?"

Will joins songstress Heather Smalls and TV legend Gloria Hunniford as those who have been unveiled on this year's programme.

M People fans in particular were left with mouths wide open when they'd established that their favourite front woman had been hiding in the costume of Chandelier.

The Masked Singer UK continues on Saturday on ITV.

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