'The Masked Singer U.S.' blew our minds and broke the internet, but the Australian version starring Lindsay Lohan and Cody Simpson might've been even more bonkers.
"I'm going to hear ‘You should've won!’ for another 10 years," jokes the singer, who placed fourth on 'American Idol' in 2006.
Either the Fox, Flamingo, or Rottweiler won Wednesday... but all of their identities were revealed in the season finale's epic triple-unmasking.
In a true Christmas miracle, in this holiday-themed episode, Ken Jeong actually guessed one of these contestants correctly.
‘Tis the season, but not for Season 2's most Christmassy contestant — who, on an especially Scroogey episode, went home in sixth place.
“We don't deserve you, Katie. … You deserve awards. You deserve more than The Voice. You deserve Grammys."
This pop star has performed on bigger stages and in even glitzier costumes, but she's been out of the spotlight for over a year... till now.
This PC remake of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" was meant to be cheeky, but some Scroogey viewers didn’t seem in on the joke.
After powerhouse Rose Short covered “God’s Country," Carson Daly remarked, “That made Blake Shelton's original sound like the demo.”
To quote a line from Gwen’s first solo single, “What You Waiting For?": How did the years go by?
It was only five years ago that a freak accident made the virtuoso realize music was always his true calling.
“This next performance is going to be challenging to get through,” Marybeth confessed. “The day before I flew out here, my grandpa passed away."
The 'Idol' winner hates the film "with every fiber of my being," but she can laugh about it now, and says the unreleased soundtrack was actually "awesome."
This member of rock 'n roll's premier family did her dad proud during her brief but spot-on 'Masked Singer' run.
Tuesday's results were overshadowed by an announcement from Blake Shelton, People’s former Sexiest Man Alive, with a "passing of the sexy torch."
“You just won 'The Voice'… like, you won it all. That was crazy," Kelly told Team Legend's Will Breman on Monday.
A double-episode meant a double-elimination, so this week we said goodbye to the Penguin and the Black Widow.
“I just know it's an important moment for you. I get it. I was a teenager in a competition," Kelly told 16-year-olds Grace Shriver and Damali through tears.
“When I started out, I was 10 or 11 years old singing for people, but seeing young performers who so firmly have their musical identity figured out.... I fully fell apart. It was that good."
Gwen decided not to record this hit herself, but she decided it was the perfect fit for Kyndall Inskeep.
Tears and group hugs ensued when one contestant revealed that she was only there because of Taylor — and because of her ailing brother.