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Snow Owls are a masked celebrity duo on the fourth US season of The Masked Singer.

Appearance[]

With feathers as white as pure snow and icy-blue eyes, Snow Owls is two for the price of one. Each wears a crown with blue jewels on their heads, and they feather their nest inside an elaborate winged Faberge-style egg.

When the Snow Owls are out of their egg, you can see more of their outfits. Sir Owl is wearing an all white suit with silver patterns, while Lady Owl is wearing a white sheath gown that is adorned with feathers. Both owls wear capes made of white feathers to accompany their outfits.

Songs[]

Week Song
1 "Say Something" by A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera
3 "Like I'm Gonna Lose You" by Meghan Trainor (feat. John Legend)
7 "The Prayer" by Andrea Bocelli & Celine Dion

Smackdown Songs[]

Week VS Song
7 Popcorn "Because You Loved Me" by Celine Dion

Clues[]

Week Clue
0 (Super Sneak Peek) Lady Owl: You can try and figure out who we are, but as for who is more talented, it's a tie.
1 Both: "Owl's it going?"
Lady Owl: "So you haven't seen us together in a while."
Sir Owl: "But now, it's time for a family reunion."
Lady Owl: "Working with him-"
Sir Owl: "Who?"
Lady Owl: "You!"
Sir Owl: "Who?"
Lady Owl: "Oh, brother. He's a prankster, a real wiseguy."
Sir Owl: "Anything for a laugh."
Lady Owl: "Like one December, we were working in sunny Hollywood."
Sir Owl: "I was driving her home singing "Let it Snow"."
Lady Owl: "His voice was way off-key and I kept begging him to stop."
Sir Owl: "And I kept egging her on until we finally stopped at her nest."
Lady Owl: "It was head spinning. He had it completely covered in snow."
Sir Owl: "I just wanted to make Christmas extra magical. So what better way to reunite than as snowy owls?"
Lady Owl: "You ready to take flight again?"
Sir Owl: "Let's du-et."
3 Sir Owl: "Our Masked Singer debut was a hoot."
Lady Owl: "And while we love being the first ever to compete as a pair, wheeling around in a giant egg isn't all it's cracked up to be."
Sir Owl: "Luckily, we've always had each others backs, like when I was going through a messy breakup, and got swept up in an avalanche of emotions."
Lady Owl: "I took his side and was his anchor, despite beak-lash from our community. And when I was in low places, he was my knight in shining armor. I had an opportunity fit for a queen that I was too scared to do."
Sir Owl: "But I said, "you can do it"!"
Lady Owl: "So I took the leap of faith, and it was lifechanging."
Sir Owl: "Being there for each other has made us super tight."
Lady Owl: "Just not usually this tight."
Sir Owl: And now, let's continue our hunt to be crowned champions."
Lady Owl: "Huzzah!"
7 Lady Owl: "Sharing the stage isn't new to us, but being together up here feels more and more like home."

Sir Owl: We've felt so supported on this journey. And while we're loving our new fans, we can't forget the one that's been with us since the beginning."
(Snow Owls' Branchy Buddy): "The Owls? Oh, I know the Owls. They've been perchin' on my arms for over 20 years now. For two total opposites, they really compliment each other. Sir Owl always pushes Lady Owl to believe in herself, and Lady Owl? Well, she's finally gotten him to settle down a bit with all that horsin' around. He's got the louder voice of the two, and sometimes I feel Lady Owl gets overlooked. So it's been amazing to watch her step out from under his shadow and truly shine. I've seen these two pour their hearts and souls into this competition. I can't think of a more deserving duo to take home the win."

Week Drone Clue
3 Witch Hat
Clue Answers
The hobby horse in Snow Owls' package is a clue to the movie "Flicka: Country Pride" which Clint and Lisa both starred in.
The long branch in Snow Owls' package is a clue to Clint's birthplace Long Branch, NJ.
The pearl in Snow Owls' package is a clue to Clint and Lisa's daughter's name, Lily Pearl.
The basketball with "DAL" written on it was a hint to Clint's role in the film "Maverick". (The basketball team in Dallas is named the Dallas Mavericks.)

Final Guesses[]

Week Robin's Guess Niecy's Guess Jenny's Guess Ken's Guess Nicole's Guess
7 Vince Gill and Amy Grant (First impression) Harry Hamlin and Lisa Rinna Vince Gill and Amy Grant Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black

First Impressions[]

Robin's First Impression Jenny's First Impression Ken's First Impression Nicole's First Impression
Vince Gill and Amy Grant Maureen McCormick and Barry Williams Derek Hough and Julianne Hough Donny Osmond and Marie Osmond

Trivia[]

  • The masks were initially revealed in the season 4 costume teaser as a singular costume on August 26, 2020,[1] and was later officially revealed as a duo on September 8, 2020.[2][3][4]
  • This is this first duo pair in the show's US history. The Snow Owls competed and were eliminated together as one.[2][3]
    • However, this is not the first duo pair in the franchise's history. The Thailand version used this concept five times.
      • The Snow Owls are the first group on The Masked Singer (US), the follow-up being the Russian Dolls, consisting of a trio.
  • Snow Owls' "Branchy Buddy" in their episode 7 clue package was Steve Wariner.[5]
  • The Snow Owls made a cameo in the second clue package for Squiggly Monster.
    • Coincidentally, they were eliminated after him.
  • The Snow Owls are the second and third country singers have appeared on The Masked Singer.
  • The Snow Owls are the second singers in the US version to sing a song written for an animated movie (The Prayer from Quest of Camelot), the first was Alien with Happy (from Despicable Me 2).
  • The Snow Owls made a cameo in the Russian Dolls' clue package.
  • Their theme "It Takes Two" by Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock was also one of Yeti's performances. It was also the walk-in theme for Banana Split in Season 6

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Interview Unmasked[]

Holiday Sing-a-Long[]

Gallery[]

References[]

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