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The Masked Singer: Osher Gunsberg’s brutal response to viewer’s complaint

The Masked Singer Australia host Osher Günsberg has taken a swipe at a disgruntled viewer who accused him of spoiling Monday evening’s reveal.

The episode noticed the Blowfly unmasked as former Australian Idol star Shannon Noll.

Osher, who was tweeting alongside at residence because the episode aired, mentioned he’d discovered Shannon was the Blowfly without having to research the clues or hear to his voice.

The Masked Singer Australia host Osher Günsberg (pictured) has taken a swipe at a disgruntled viewer who accused him of spoiling Monday evening’s reveal 

The 48-year-old wrote: ‘I do not see the clues, I can not hear the voices once they’re singing as I’m not standing close to a speaker – however I KNEW it was Shannon 2 eps in the past when he tapped me on the shoulder after which poked me within the eye, which is the precise trick he used to do again on Idol.’

He posted the tweet shortly after Shannon had been unmasked for japanese viewers, however the second had but to air in different time zones.

One indignant South Australian viewer knowledgeable Osher the episode hadn’t completed of their state.

‘Er… time zone, dude. Rooster has solely simply completed singing in South Australia,’ they tweeted alongside an angry-faced emoji.

Osher, who hosted Australian Idol when Shannon positioned runner-up in 2003, advised the viewer it was their fault for checking Twitter figuring out there could be spoilers.

‘Oh I’m so sorry that I got here into your own home, unlocked your telephone, and compelled you to take a look at an app. I will not do it once more,’ he replied sarcastically.

Osher, tweeting along at home, said he'd figured out Shannon was the Blowfly without needing to study the clues or listen to his voice. He posted the tweet shortly after Shannon had been unmasked for eastern viewers, but the moment had yet to air in other time zones

Osher, tweeting alongside at residence, mentioned he’d discovered Shannon was the Blowfly without having to research the clues or hear to his voice. He posted the tweet shortly after Shannon had been unmasked for japanese viewers, however the second had but to air in different time zones 

One angry South Australian viewer informed Osher the episode hadn't finished in their state

One indignant South Australian viewer knowledgeable Osher the episode hadn’t completed of their state 

‘Also, if you do not know to not take a look at Twitter when you do not reside in an east coast time zone, you in all probability should not personal a telephone.’

Fans and followers praised his comeback, with many agreeing Twitter needs to be a no-go for folks wanting to keep away from spoilers.

‘Your finest work to date,’ one consumer tweeted, whereas one other added: ‘Maybe do not go on social media if you do not need spoilers?’

Osher, who hosted Australian Idol when Shannon placed runner-up in 2003, told the viewer it was their fault for checking Twitter knowing there would be spoilers

Osher, who hosted Australian Idol when Shannon positioned runner-up in 2003, advised the viewer it was their fault for checking Twitter figuring out there could be spoilers 

The identification of Blowfly was revealed throughout Monday’s episode of The Masked Singer.

The thriller superstar was unmasked as Shannon Noll, who was the runner-up on the primary season of Australian Idol virtually 20 years in the past.

Judges Abbie Chatfield and Mel B managed to guess his identification.

The identity of Blowfly was revealed during Monday's episode of The Masked Singer

The identification of Blowfly was revealed throughout Monday’s episode of The Masked Singer 

The mystery celebrity was unmasked as Shannon Noll, who was the runner-up on the first season of Australian Idol almost 20 years ago

The thriller superstar was unmasked as Shannon Noll, who was the runner-up on the primary season of Australian Idol virtually 20 years in the past 

‘Oh, I really feel how I might think about I might have felt if you happen to’d gained Australian Idol. It’s all occurring for me!’ an excited Abbie mentioned.

‘I feel I’m gonna vomit. Someone else speak. I’m so completely happy!’ she continued. 

‘Can I simply say, Shannon, you’ve got made Abbie so completely happy however you’ve got additionally made me and Chrissie [Swan] so completely happy as a result of the three women, all of us have guessed any individual proper,’ Mel B added.

The judges ultimate guesses for Blowfly included Xavier Rudd and Grant Denyer.

Judges Abbie Chatfield (pictured) and Mel B managed to guess the celebrity's identity behind the mask

Judges Abbie Chatfield (pictured) and Mel B managed to guess the superstar’s identification behind the masks 

Shannon competed towards Snapdragon, Rooster, Mirrorball and Microphone.

It comes after the identification of Popcorn was unmasked as Australian singer Sam Sparro on Sunday evening.

Judge Mel B could not include her pleasure after accurately guessing the superstar.

‘I can not consider I acquired it proper. You’re wonderful. Sam, you are bloody wonderful,’ a shocked Mel mentioned.

Following the reveal, Sam mentioned: ‘I knew Mel could be the primary one. I knew you’ll guess me. I used to be referred to as a Spice Boy my entire life.’

‘I went to all of your US excursions. I went to the premiere of the film. You’ve been a giant a part of my life.’

It comes after the identity of Popcorn was unmasked as Australian singer Sam Sparro on Sunday night

It comes after the identification of Popcorn was unmasked as Australian singer Sam Sparro on Sunday evening 

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