The fact that neither artist made it to the finale proves that Season 7 is finally just getting started, with only two weeks to go.
"I've done a lot of things in my career, but I've never gotten to be in the circus," the '80s/'90s screen star chuckled.
When the polarizing politician began singing "Bad to the Bone," Jeong sighed, "OK, I’m done" — and walked off the set.
Season 7’s Group B round wrapped with a double-reveal of perhaps the oddest couple in the history of this very odd show.
"A lot of people focus on aging as, like, counting wrinkles and counting numbers. And it's not about that at all,” Brinkley muses. “It's counting adventures and memories and smiles."
Upon one surprise reveal, host Nick Cannon exclaimed, "Who knew that you had those type of skills? That voice, man! We would never know."
When the winged diva landed in the bottom two alongside arguably lesser singer the Ram, she flew off into the stage wings in protest.
This was the most technical-issue-laden episode in 'Masked Singer' history, with one contestant losing her breath and another literally losing his head.
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Jewel contended with critics for years because she never fit in, but on 'The Masked Singer,' the self-described "bleeding heart" showed her true "essence."
In no other season could someone this talented go home in fourth place... right after Jenny McCarthy predicted the Skunk “could be our next winner!”
Both contestants could actually carry a tune — unlike Group B’s previous two unmasked reality stars, Honey Boo Boo and Mama June.
The punk legend also opens up about how his childhood battle with meningitis, which caused him to suffer from severe memory loss for years, was a “magnificent gift” because it ultimately helped him be more empathetic to his wife's situation.
One contestant delivered the most punk-rock performance in the series' history, while Ken Jeong totally got punk'd when he made an embarrassingly incorrect guess.
They clearly didn’t take this competition too seriously, but the reason why the mother-daughter duo reunited on "The Masked Singer" was unexpectedly touching.
When the Hamster crooned Luis Miguel’s “Sabor a Mí” in Spanish, the judges actually thought Marc Anthony or a member of the Iglesias family might be inside that furry costume.
The Cupcake was supposed to perform as part of a duo, but when her sister had "some health issues that we couldn't avoid," she ended up going it alone.
This overgrown wild card croaked out a performance so nightmare-fueling, it almost was too weird for basic cable.