“The Masked Singer” Reveals a 'Personal Friend' of Nick Cannon on 2000s Night — and Lance Bass Stops By!

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Cow, Gazelle, Pickle and S'more competed for a spot in the Group A Finals on Wednesday's episode

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Warning: This post contains spoilers from the latest episode of The Masked Singer.

The Masked Singer threw it back to the 2000s on Wednesday.

Season 6 winner Jewel (a.k.a. Queen of Hearts) kicked off the night by singing her 2001 hit “Standing Still.”

Then Pickle returned to the stage.

“I’ve got a salty side,” Pickle said in his clue package, which also showed a baseball.

Pickle said he considers himself “outspoken” and admitted he’d gotten “into a few fights you might’ve heard about.”

<p>Trae Patton/FOX</p> Pickle performing on 'The Masked Singer' season 10

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Pickle performing on 'The Masked Singer' season 10

“I’ve butted heads with NBA players, Real Housewives, award-winning directors, movie stars, bloggers, even entire online publications,” Pickle continued.

Pickle added that for him, “a public feud really is performance art that I’ve perfected, but I’m always open to reconciliation — I’ve even rekindled friendships with some of my former adversaries.”

The preserved cucumber put his spin on “Beverly Hills” by Weezer.

“We’re bringing that BPE: Big Pickle Energy,” Pickle said afterwards.

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*NSYNC’s Lance Bass brought out an additional clue for Pickle: a group of Pickles wearing wigs.

“I’ve done so many things for so many year and people always associate me with my famous friends,” Pickle explained.

Panelists Ken JeongJenny McCarthyNicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke thought Pickle might be Joel McHale, Sean Penn or Charlie Sheen.

<p>Trae Patton/FOX</p> Gazelle performing on 'The Masked Singer' season 10

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Gazelle performing on 'The Masked Singer' season 10

Gazelle pranced onto stage next.

“Deer are really meaningful to me because they are a symbol of someone I loved and lost,” Gazelle said in their clue package. “It happened just a few weeks before my wedding. One of the most important people in the world to my husband and I passed away unexpectedly. We somehow carried on with the wedding, but it was all a blur.”

A mouse and a dog popped up in the clue package, too.

Gazelle covered “Lucky” by Britney Spears, causing McCarthy, 50, to tell her, “You are an all-around star.”

The Office’s Kate Flannery delivered an extra clue for Gazelle — a DVD titled Gazelle’z Love Story. “The 2000s are a special time for me because it was when I had my film debut,” Gazelle said.

Hilary Duff, Mandy Moore and Ashley Tisdale arose as possibilities for Gazelle.

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S’more followed up by raving about their experience in the 2000s.

“My decade baby!” S’more said in their clue package. “Hanging out on the set of TRL, my music videos playing on MTV and most importantly, the birth of my child. Learning to be a dad while touring the world was intense. At a certain point, I realized that I wanted my kid to have a constant, supportive father figure in my life, so I took a step back from performing so I could stay in one place.”

The package additional featured hairspray, the 2005 Roasted Tour and sunglasses.

S’more crooned “Hey There Delilah” by Plain White T’s.

“If I didn’t have a fiancé, then I’d have the biggest crush on you right now,” said Scherzinger, 45.

<p>Trae Patton/FOX</p> S'more performing on 'The Masked Singer' season 10

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S'more performing on 'The Masked Singer' season 10

Bass, 44, came out with another clue for S’more — a map of the S’more Bros 2000 Tour.

“2000s were a busy time for me,” S’more explained. “I was busy touring with my bros.”

The judges thought S’more might be Jordan Knight, Rob Thomas or Ashley Parker Angel.

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Cow closed out 2000s night.

“That’s the decade it all started for me,” Cow said in their clue package that also included a gavel and a birthday cake. “My friends and I decided to pack up a bin and head to the Capitol Records building in Hollywood, determined to get a record deal. We pulled into the parking lot and started performing on top of the van, convinced we’d get singed. Instead, security kicked us off the property, but we kept coming back every single day. While we didn’t make it then, my picture hangs in the Capitol Records hall.”

<p>Trae Patton/FOX</p> Cow performing on 'The Masked Singer' season 10

Trae Patton/FOX

Cow performing on 'The Masked Singer' season 10

The farm animal sang Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me a River” and Thicke, 46, called it the “best performance of the night.”

Scherzinger told Cow they’re “going to be here all season.”

Cow had one more clue delivered by Flannery, 59, delivered one more clue — a musical.

“The 2000s were really, really good to me,” Cow said. “So much in fact that I got to star in a musical.”

The panel suggested Cow could be Taye DiggsJason Derulo, NE-YO or Mario.

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Host Nick Cannon asked the crowd to vote for their favorite performance of the night, and the two contestants who received the fewest amount of votes would compete in the Smackdown. That ended up being Pickle and S’more, meaning Cow and Gazelle moved on to the Group A Finals.

Pickle and S’more both tackled Fall Out Boy’s “Sugar, We’re Going Down” and the judges voted to keep S’more in the competition.

Pickle had to unmask and when he popped out from under the brine, actor and comedian Michael Rapaport appeared.

<p>Charles Sykes/Bravo via Getty; Trae Patton/FOX</p> Michael Rapaport as Pickle

Charles Sykes/Bravo via Getty; Trae Patton/FOX

Michael Rapaport as Pickle

“I should have known that!” remarked Jeong, 54.

Meanwhile, Cannon, 43, insisted: “I knew the whole time. This is a personal friend of mine.”

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