ARE you a fan of ITV hit show The Masked Singer?

More specifically, are you a fan of the colourful suits worn by its presenter, Joel Dommett?

Well, now you have the chance to bag yourself one of them, and help a worthy cause at the same time.

Brain Tumour Support has provided emotional and practical support to many patients and their families across Somerset, and the UK at large, in recent years.

Now Dommett and his wife, model Hannah Cooper, are throwing their support behind the charity, after their own family experience of the impact of a brain tumour diagnosis.

Dommett has donated two of his eye-catching suits from the ITV series, with the aim of raising as much money as possible through an online raffle.

The 'Masked Singer Suit Raffle' gives everyone the chance to win one of the bespoke suits worn on the show, at a cost of £5 per ticket.

On offer are two of his favourites, both tailored by top designer Joshua Kane.

The ‘Golden 3-tailors’ suit is 60% silk/40% wool, and the ‘Pink falling blossom’ suit is 100% silk.

Tickets can be bought up until midnight this Sunday, February 14, after the final of The Masked Singer airs on Saturday evening.

The winners of the raffle will be announced on Monday, February 15.

Dommett said: “We were hoping to sell at least 1,000 tickets, but smashed that target in 24 hours so the sky’s the limit.

"It would be absolutely amazing if we could raise £20,000.

"We know first-hand how much good every single pound raised will do to support individuals and families facing the shocking news of a brain tumour diagnosis.”

Dommett had previously championed Brain Tumour Support in 2019, before having direct experience of the support that the charity provides, with his wife Hannah's mother being diagnosed with a brain tumour just before Christmas 2020.

She said: “You will never forget the exact time and place you were when you heard those dreaded words regarding a loved one’s diagnosis, but the strength and support at any hour of the day that the charity has given both myself and my family is something we will be forever grateful for.”

The £5 tickets are available to buy online here.