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Why are the audience responses from The Masked Singer & # 39; FAKED & # 39 ;: the TV studio emptied before every major unveiling - so who did the audience really cheer for? Pictured: Judges Lindsay Lohan and Dave Hughes

Why are the audience responses from The Masked Singer & # 39; FAKED & # 39 ;: the TV studio being emptied for every major unveiling – so who does the audience really cheer for?

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When The masked singer was recorded at the Fox Studios in Sydney, in July the public were asked to leave before every celebrity became known.

This was done to prevent spoilers from leaking – but the question still remains: what did the audience actually cheer for in the images in the last adaptation?

Although the answer is unclear, it is possible that a crew member or & # 39; warm-up man & # 39; the cheers orchestrated by telling the studio audience to imagine who could be behind the mask.

Why are the audience responses from The Masked Singer & # 39; FAKED & # 39 ;: the TV studio emptied before every major unveiling - so who did the audience really cheer for? Pictured: Judges Lindsay Lohan and Dave Hughes

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Why are the audience responses from The Masked Singer & # 39; FAKED & # 39 ;: the TV studio emptied before every major unveiling – so who did the audience really cheer for? Pictured: Judges Lindsay Lohan and Dave Hughes

An employee could have said something like: & # 39; Now act like Nicole Kidman is the lion! & # 39 ;, and producers then used that reaction for the final disclosure.

This perhaps explains why the responses to Gretel Killeen and Brett Lee in episodes one and two were so enthusiastic, despite the fact that they are not A-list celebrities.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted the Channel 10 publicity department for comments.

Phased responses: it is possible that a crew member or & # 39; warm-up man & # 39; the cheers orchestrated by telling the studio audience to imagine who could be behind the mask

Phased responses: it is possible that a crew member or & # 39; warm-up man & # 39; the cheers orchestrated by telling the studio audience to imagine who could be behind the mask

Phased responses: it is possible that a crew member or a & # 39; warm-up man & # 39; the cheers orchestrated by telling the studio audience to imagine who could be behind the mask

Misleading? An employee could have said something like: & # 39; Now pretend Nicole Kidman is the lion! & # 39 ;, and producers then used that reaction for the final disclosure

Misleading? An employee could have said something like: & # 39; Now pretend Nicole Kidman is the lion! & # 39 ;, and producers then used that reaction for the final disclosure

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Misleading? An employee could have said something like: & # 39; Now pretend Nicole Kidman is the lion! & # 39 ;, and producers then used that reaction for the final disclosure

Surprise! This may explain why the reactions to Gretel Killeen and Brett Lee in episodes one and two were so enthusiastic, despite the fact that they are not A-list celebrities

Surprise! This may explain why the reactions to Gretel Killeen and Brett Lee in episodes one and two were so enthusiastic, despite the fact that they are not A-list celebrities

Surprise! This may explain why the reactions to Gretel Killeen and Brett Lee in episodes one and two were so enthusiastic, despite the fact that they are not A-list celebrities

On Wednesday, The Masked Singer presenter Osher Günsberg explained the filming process in an interview with News.com.au.

Despite watching the performances, video packages and judges' decisions, the public never saw the stars unmasked, he said.

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Instead, they were ushered in at the very last minute.

Once the studio was empty, the identity of the singer would then be revealed to the four judges, Osher and a handful of crew members.

Trade secrets: on Wednesday, The Masked Singer host Osher Günsberg (photo) explained the filming process in an interview with News.com.au

Trade secrets: on Wednesday, The Masked Singer host Osher Günsberg (photo) explained the filming process in an interview with News.com.au

Trade secrets: on Wednesday, The Masked Singer host Osher Günsberg (photo) explained the filming process in an interview with News.com.au

Sshh! Despite watching the performances, video packages and judges' decisions, the public never saw the stars being unmasked and proclaimed at the last minute

Sshh! Despite watching the performances, video packages and judges' decisions, the public never saw the stars being unmasked and proclaimed at the last minute

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Sshh! Despite watching the performances, video packages and judges' decisions, the public never saw the stars being unmasked and proclaimed at the last minute

Osher said: & # 39; There were perhaps only eight people in the room when it happened. No one who was not allowed to be there was there. & # 39;

He explained that production staff were not exempt from the rule, whereby cameramen and sound operators were also instructed to leave the set.

& # 39; In the control room, they actually reached a record on the machines and walked out. We didn't even have a photographer! & # 39; he said.

Closed set: Once the studio was empty, the identity of the star would be revealed to the four jury members, Osher and a handful of crew members. Pictured: Tuesday's exposed singer Brett Lee

Closed set: Once the studio was empty, the identity of the star would be revealed to the four jury members, Osher and a handful of crew members. Pictured: Tuesday's exposed singer Brett Lee

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Closed set: Once the studio was empty, the identity of the star would be revealed to the four jury members, Osher and a handful of crew members. Pictured: Tuesday's exposed singer Brett Lee

Osher added that security was stepped up before every celebrity revealed.

"Every entry and exit was monitored by security … we protected it very well and I am really proud of how we did it," he said.

The Masked Singer Australia will continue on Channel 10 on Monday at 7:30 PM

Production: The Masked Singer Australia was filmed for two weeks in July for members of the public at Fox & # 39; s Studios in Sydney

Production: The Masked Singer Australia was filmed for two weeks in July for members of the public at Fox & # 39; s Studios in Sydney

Production: The Masked Singer Australia was filmed for two weeks in July for members of the public at Fox & # 39; s Studios in Sydney

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