Turns Out 'The Masked Singer's Dragon Has Had A Bad Case Of Gastro

Welcome to 'The Masked Singer Australia', the only show on television where you'll see a dragon miming a diarrhoea explosion.

The celebrities behind the masks in the singing competition are not only concealing their faces but also their speaking voices, so we have no idea of their identities, hopes and dreams or... illnesses.

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After Dragon gave us his third performance, singing Walk The Moon's "Shut Up And Dance", the panel couldn't help but notice that the voice sounded a little different.

Photo: Network 10.

In previous weeks, Jackie, Lindsay, Hughesy and Dannii haven't been convinced the large reptile was a professional singer because he's sounded a little croaky.

But this week he sounded a little more energised, and we found out from a personal clue that Dragon enjoys skateboarding when he's not "playing gigs around the country".

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"I apologise, Dragon, for my past comments about you because I was wrong," began Hughesy, who had ruled him out as a pro.

But instead of nodding along, Dragon began to explain as best he could why his voice hadn't been at a professional standard the previous week.

Photo: Network 10.

Dragon first used his hands to mime some very violent looking spewing followed by actions showing the explosions that were happening down the tail end of his costume too.

"You had gastro? The Dragon had gastro!" said Jackie O.

"So I shouldn't have poured further poo on you, as I did because you already had gastro," said Hughesy.

It looks as though it's hard enough to breathe, sing and walk in 'The Masked Singer' costumes so we've got to hand it to Dragon for also navigating a gnarly case of gastroenteritis while trapped inside.

'The Masked Singer Australia' airs on Mondays and Tuesdays at 7.30 on 10 and WIN Networks.