The Snow Owls duo is one of the 16 mystery celebrity singers competing in the fourth season of the American version of “The Masked Singer.” Many viewers believe that the celebrities behind those masks are Clint Black, 58, and Lisa Hartman, 64, who have been married since October 1991.
Ken Jeong, 51, Jenny McCarthy, 47, Robin Thicke, 43, and Nicole Scherzinger, 42, all returned as panelists of “The Masked Singer” Season 4, which premiered on Fox on September 23, 2020. Nick Cannon, 39, returned as the host, as well.
Based on their voices, one of the Snow Owls is female and their other is male. Together, they said, “You can try and figure out who we are but as for who is more talented, it’s a tie.”
When the Snow Owls made their first appearance in the first episode, the female one described her partner as “a prankster” and a “real wise guy.” At one point, she said, “O, brother.”
“So you haven’t seen us together in a while but now it’s time for a family reunion,” the Snow Owls said. They sang “Say Something” by A Great Big World in the first episode and gave a jam-a-lot, a pearl and intersection of Magnolia and Quarrel Canyon as clues.
Each of the Snow Owls wears a crown with blue jewels. They are the first duo contestant in the American version of “The Masked Singer.”
“We’ve always had each other’s backs, like when I was going through a messy breakup and got swept up in an avalanche of emotions,” the male owl said in the third episode, which aired on October 7, 2020. He encouraged his partner take an opportunity “fit for a queen” that wound up being “life-changing” to take an opportunity “fit for a queen” that wound up being “life-changing.”
A light shaped like letter D and basketball with the letters “DAL” on it were the new clues for the Snow Owls. They sang “Like I’m Gonna Lose You” by Meghan Trainor featuring John Legend.
“I took his side and was his anchor despite beaklash from our community,” the female owl said. “Anchor management” was also mentioned.
A witch’s hat was given as the Snow Owls’ drone clue. Here are Black and Hartman, who are possibly the celebrities behind the masks:
- born in Long Branch, New Jersey, United States on February 4, 1962
- best known for his songs “A Better Man” and “Killin’ Time”
- born in Houston, Texas, United States on June 1, 1956
- best known for her song “When I Said I Do”