Masked Singer viewers are not mind readers…
Clues aren't much help if they aren't in the public domain.
Last night singer Ben Lee was uncovered as The Professor on 10 singing show The Masked Singer.
None of the guessing panel had tipped him.
But who could blame them when some clues are, arguably, beyond obscure.
One of the clue’s offered by the show: “Knowledge you don’t find at university.”
That Answer was revealed as: “He didn’t go to University; Mother told him ‘Uni will always be there.'”
Hang on. If this was a conversation between mother and son, honestly how is the audience supposed to work that out?
Even Google had no idea:
Surely the fun in the show is in public domain clues that can be paid off by those clever enough to add them together.
Last year cricketer Michael Bevan was revealed as the Hammerhead with such vague clues as Clarke having passing Kylie Minogue in a hotel hallway… not even her own sister on the panel appeared to know that one.
Keep the clues real, guys.