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Inside Jonathan Ross’ dance parties backstage on The Masked Singer as he brands himself the “naughtiest” judge

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WITH a robot bunny, a stack of doughnuts and a traffic cone leading the pack, the costumes on The Masked Singer this year are crazier than ever.

But star judge Jonathan Ross reckons all eyes could actually be on him — thanks to a revamped wardrobe of eye-catching shirts and leather trousers.

And he joked fellow panellists Rita Ora and Davina McCall are now his biggest fans. In an exclusive chat, he said: “Davina and Rita are both spoken for, and yet they have a struggle each week when I walk in wearing leather trousers, perhaps a shirt showing a bit more chest than I should. “I hope they look forward to seeing what I’m going to roll in wearing, because I really choose clothes to make them laugh a lot of the time.” The chat show host has become the unlikely style icon of the ITV smash hit after swapping plain jackets and slacks for trendier pieces.

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