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The Masked Singer US: Who were the Snow Owls revealed to be?

The Masked Singer US had a night of firsts after the Snow Owls were eliminated in the first-ever duo unmasking.

Country singer Clint Black and his actress wife Lisa Hartman Black were given the boot and finally got to reveal the full glory of their incredible costumes.

After performing an impressive rendition of The Prayer by Andrea Bocelli and Celine Dion, they sadly lost their place in the competition.

However, the duo could take pride in the fact that only one of the judges had been able to accurately guess their identities.

Jenny McCarthy, 48, gave them a standing ovation along with her fellow panelists Robin Thicke, 43, Ken Jeong, 51, Nicole Scherzinger, 42, and guest judge Niecy Nash, 50.

Niecy believed they were Brad Paisley and his wife Kimberly, while Ken went with Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman and Robin guessed Amy Grant and Vince Gill.

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Clint Black and wife Lisa Hartman Black were the first-ever two-headed duet costume on the show (Picture: FOX)

Nicole Scherzinger, who initially thought they were Donny and Marie Osmond, changed her mind and correctly thought it was Clint and Lisa.

As they were unveiled, Lisa stated: ‘I cried when I first saw the costumes. Because they’re so beautiful, but they’re so sweet. I couldn’t wait to get into them.’

Nicole told the actress that she had a beautiful voice and claimed the couple ‘were truly the heart of this show’.

Clint even hinted that the couple might now work together on music in real life.

The Group A Finals also included performances by Sun and Popcorn, who went through to the next round.


Credit: Original article published here.

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