Holly said: “How the Masked Dancers are able to pull off the moves they’re doing in these costumes is mindblowing! I absolutely loved joining the panel as a special guest and getting to play detective.”
“You’re all in for a real treat,” she also teased.
Meanwhile, David insisted that appearing on The Masked Dancer was more difficult than his usual gig judging Britain’s Got Talent, saying: “This is more like having to be a detective!”
However, with Rita Ora out of the country at the time of filming, she’s been replaced by Strictly Come Dancing professional Oti Mabuse on the Masked Dancer panel.
The costumes being featured in The Masked Dancer were unveiled earlier this month, including a giant dancing beetroot, a very glamorous ice cream sundae and an actual all-dancing carwash come to life.
Also on the mysterious line-up are a slightly unsettling scarecrow, a seriously camp flamingo and, naturally, a rubber chicken.
The Masked Dancer launches on Saturday 29 May at 7pm on ITV, with the series airing on consecutive nights over the following week.