Newbury Soup Kitchen's patron Will Young 'unmasked' on ITV's The Masked Singer
Former Pop Idol winner, Will Young, who grew up in Hungerford, was the third celebrity to be revealed on The Masked Singer on Saturday.
The singer's rendition of Celeste's Stop This Flame in a sing-off against Fireworks, who sang Sex on Fire, was not enough to prevent him having to reveal who was under the Lionfish costume.
His earlier performance of the Dolly Parton penned hit I Will Always Love You, however, had the judges flummoxed and uncertain if the disguised singer was a man or a woman.
The singer, 42, was the third contestant to be eliminated from the show. In the first week, Heather Small was unveiled as Chandelier and Snow Leopard was unmasked as Gloria Hunniford, the show's oldest ever contestant, at the end of last week's programme.
Two of the judges - Jonathan Ross and Rita Ora - correctly guessed that it was Will Young and after his unveiling he said: "It was such a brilliant challenge to take on."
After the show, Newbury Soup Kitchen tweeted 'our patron looking fabulous'.