The Masked Singer US reveals two celebrities this week as the Snow Owls are unmasked

Sam Warner
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Photo credit: Fox
Photo credit: Fox

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The Masked Singer US spoilers follow.

The Masked Singer US has unveiled its latest celebrities – yep, we have a duo this time around.

Last night's (November 11) episode saw the Snow Owls, who just so happen to be the show's first ever duo, eliminated after facing off against Popcorn.

After many guesses by the judges, the two were revealed to be none other than country singers Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black.

Photo credit: Fox
Photo credit: Fox

Opening up about whether anyone managed to guess it was them in the costumes, Clint told Entertainment Weekly: "I had a friend text me. And he said, 'Are you guys Snow Owls?' And I said, 'Oh they're a hoot aren't they?' And he still doesn't know, but his wife is sure.

"And of course on Twitter and Facebook and Instagram the fans are all certain. I got a call from a friend there in Louisiana, who's just like, 'You don't have to tell me. I know, I know. You don't have to say. I know you can't say, but I know it's you.'"

He added: "There were certain people in our lives that [had to know] we were going to be away for a while doing the show. So I just said, 'We're going out to LA to tape a music show.'

Photo credit: John Shearer/ACMA2020 - Getty Images
Photo credit: John Shearer/ACMA2020 - Getty Images

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"And then they would always ask which one. So I would say, 'Oh, it's not placed yet. It's going to be a Netflix show or Amazon or something. They don't have a place and so they don't even have a title.' And that was a big lie. I don't want to get too good at lying, but I have to say I was pretty expert at that one."

Last week, meanwhile, the show unveiled Squiggly Monster as Full House star Bob Saget.

The Masked Singer US continues next Wednesday (November 18) at 8pm on Fox. The show's UK equivalent airs on ITV.

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