A Surprise Twist on “The Masked Singer”'s Disco Night Gives 1 Contestant a Second Chance

Cow, Gazelle and S'more competed for a spot in the finale on Wednesday's episode of the Fox singing competition

<p>Trae Patton / FOX</p> Cow, S

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Cow, S'more and Gazelle on 'The Masked Singer' season 10

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

Saturday Night Fever arrived on Wednesday this week when disco took over The Masked Singer for the Group A finals.

Cow, Gazelle and S’more each hoped to secure a spot in the finale, but only one undercover celebrity could survive the night. Host Nick Cannon reintroduced the Ding Don’t Keep It On bell, which judges Ken JeongJenny McCarthyNicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke could ring just once during all three group finals.

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S’more boogeyed to the stage first, introducing a pair of 10-pound dumbbells and cowboy boots in his clue package.

“It’s like I’m back in boy band bootcamp,” S’more said in the package, adding that being on The Masked Singer made him feel like “I still belong on the stage.”

The sweet treat tackled “That’s the Way (I Like It)” by KC and The Sunshine Band for his Disco Night selection.

“You make me feel all gooey inside,” Nicole, 45, told S’more.

<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

A key that connected S’more to Robin, 46, served as S’more’s extra clue.

“Robin, I’ve been inside your house and you have great taste in music and home décor,” S’more told the “Blurred Lines” singer.

Jordan KnightAshley Parker Angel and Backstreet BoysKevin Richardson came up as guesses for S’more.

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Cow followed up by gushing about their mother.

“My mom is the strongest person I like ever met,” Cow said in their clue package that also showed a red traffic light and a football. “She’s been my foundation forever and she still is. Growing up I recall my mom having like seven jobs at one time.”

The farm animal said that watching their mom struggle “was hard,” but it made Cow want to use their career to help their mother.

“It was always my dream to find a way to take care of her in the way she took care of me,” Cow continued. “The day I was able to support her with my music was the day I felt like I really made it.”

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

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Cow performing on 'The Masked Singer' season 10.

Cow covered “Ring My Bell” by Anita Ward.

“That vocals was next level,” Nick, 43, told Cow.

A disco dancer brought out the word “husband” for Cow’s additional clue.

“Not my husband, your husband, Jenny,” Cow said to Jenny, 51, of her husband Donnie Wahlberg. “This Cow is absolutely a lady, however, I have spent some time with your hubby.”

The judges thought Cow could be NE-YO or Usher.

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Gazelle closed out the night.

“I was truly a hammy, performative kid,” Gazelle said in their clue package. “Every night I would wear a different costume, sit at the top of our stairs and put on a show for my family. But I was definitely the black sheep. My parents were athletes, my sister was always focused on academics. Despite being so different from them, they’ve always shown me nothing but support.”

The package additionally showed a letter to Ken, Nick and Robin, as well as a magnifying glass looking at the word "mystery."

<p>Michael Becker/FOX</p> Gazelle performing on 'The Masked Singer' season 10.

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Gazelle performing on 'The Masked Singer' season 10.

Gazelle grooved to “On the Radio” by Donna Summer.

“You brought a different fire tonight,” Nicole said.

Gazelle received “island vibes” as their extra clue.

“Hey Nicole, just like you, I too hold the islands close to my heart,” Gazelle told the former Pussycat Dolls singer.

Auli'i Cravalho, Vanessa Hudgens, Maggie Q and Constance Wu arose as options for Gazelle’s identity.

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Nick announced that after the vote, S’more would be the first one to unmask and Cow and Gazelle would compete in the Battle Royale. When S’more popped off their marshmallow head, Jenny’s guess of O-Town alum Ashley Parker Angel appeared.

<p>Trae Patton / FOX</p> Ashley Parker Angel as Cow

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Ashley Parker Angel as Cow

Then Taylor Dayneseason 4’s Popcorn — kicked off the Battle Royale by singing “I Will Survive” by Gloria Gaynor, which Cow and Gazelle proceeded to put their spins on.

“I think that that might have been the two strongest vocals we’ve ever had,” Robin said.

Ken, 54, agreed. “This is the toughest Battle Royale we’ve ever had simply because this is two of the most outstanding voices we’ve ever had,” he said.

The judges ultimately decided to put Cow through to the finale and send home Gazelle, but before the antelope could reveal their identity, Ken rang the Ding Dong Keep It On bell.

“I can’t let Gazelle go!” Ken said.

Gazelle appreciated the second chance. “I am so emotional right now,” Gazelle admitted. “Thank you so much for saving me."

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