Channel 10's hit show The Masked Singer has been confirmed for a second Australian season. 

The show, which sees celebrities sing with masks hiding their identities, kicked off only three weeks ago and has now been secured for another run as part of Channel 10's Upfronts overnight. 

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Debuting with a whopping 1.16 million viewers, the show has continued with impressive ratings throughout its run which has so far revealed Nikki Webster, Wendell Sailor, Gretel Killeen and Darren McMullen as contestants. 

Tuesday night's reveal, country superstar Adam Brand, has been the show's most surprising yet. 

While there is no air date confirmed for the second season as yet, Channel 10's chief content officer Beverley McGarvey has told that the show's current line-up - judges Danni Minogue, Dave Hughes, Lindsay Lohan and Jackie O, plus host Osher Gunsberg - are all set to return.

The Music caught up with Gunsburg ahead of the show's launch late last month, read it here