TV's most ridiculous guessing game, The Masked Singer, is back for series two!
Twelve more mystery celebrities are donning elaborate costumes and taking to the stage to perform, all the while doing their best to keep their identities concealed.
As we try to figure out who's behind the masks, here are all the clues we've gathered about Dragon so far.
Dragon: Week One
Dragon shuffled slowly onto the stage to 'Feeling Hot Hot Hot' by The Merrymen, while in the VT he/she was seen bounding around a castle to 'Lollipop' by The Chordettes.
"Oops sorry, I didn't mean to scare you," Dragon told the camera in an American-sounding accent. "I am the Dragon. The thing about dragons is they're all fire and strength on the outside, but underneath they just want to be loved.... they're just a little bit clumsy."
Dragon was then seen kicking some dolls' houses with bunches of 20-pound notes inside. "Sorry, it's like I've got two left feet. I'll try and conduct myself better in this competition... but I can't make no promises. Deal?
"Becoming a dragon means I've literally become a big character, but I'm not entirely sure that's how I'm usually thought of. Anyways, I mustn't drag on.... drag on, dragon, hahah! Tonight - are you gonna try to guess who I am?"
Dragon then performed Randy Newman's 'You've Got A Friend In Me' from Toy Story, complete with a visual joke about flatulence, after which he/she remarked: "Sorry, I had falafel."
For the panel clue, Dragon said: "I might be cute but sometimes I have a fiery temper."
"The panel think they can smoke me out but you know what? I am a cunning dragon," he/she said afterwards. "Am I a boy? Am I a real dragon? You gotta work that out. Rahhh!"
Dragon then beat Swan in the studio vote, putting him/her straight through to the next round.
Our guess: We're with Davina McCall in thinking that this is a woman - part of the LGBTQ community in the US who is a bit of an all-round entertainer with a strong comedy background. We're not quite sure how this fits with the clues but as a left-field early guess we're going for Rosie O'Donnell.
The Masked Singer continues Saturday at 7pm on ITV.