The Pride of Britain host exclusively told OK! that the ITV show looks “fun” and she could be up for taking part.
The 60 year old, who has previously starred on Strictly Come Dancing and I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!, told us: “I can hold a tune but I’m not the best singer. I think I could hold a tune for The Masked Singer and get by.
“Some of them aren’t singers are they, but they’re good enough, so maybe! It looks fun.”
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The series sees judges including Jonathan Ross and Davina McCall try and guess which famous face is singing underneath an elaborate costume with the help of some clues.
The first series was won by Girls Aloud star Nicola Roberts, while series two saw singer Joss Stone triumph as Sausage over JLs star Aston Merrygold and American singer Ne-Yo.
Carol, who is mum to two children Katie and Cameron, has also addressed Dancing On Ice rumours after it was announced she’s teaming up with judge Ashley Banjo to present this year’s Pride of Britain.
This will be the first time Carol is joined by a co-host in 22 years fronting the emotional awards show, which started in 1999.
And the TV presenter revealed Dancing On Ice is one reality show she won’t be taking on.
Asked if Dancing On Ice judge Ashley could convince her to do the ITV skating show, Carol told us with a laugh: “Absolutely not!”
She added: “That’s not for me”. Carol showed off her dancing skills when she competed in the second ever series of Strictly back in 2004.
The former Countdown star was partnered with former British pro Paul Killick, with the pair being eliminated second from the BBC One programme.
The series was won by former EastEnders actress Jill Halfpenny and her professional partner Darren Bennett.
Meanwhile, Ashley has said of co-hosting with Carol for this weekend’s ceremony at Grosvenor House in Park Lane in London: “I feel like I’ve been a part of Pride of Britain for a few years now but the chance to co-host it next to Carol, who is a complete legend and a pro, is amazing.
“It’s such a special show and a hugely emotional and inspiring night.”
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