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‘The Masked Singer’ fans have a theory about the Snow Owls — and it’s not Chip and Joanna Gaines

There are some theories out there that the Snow Owls are Chip and Joanna Gaines from ‘Fixer Upper.’ But there’s another theory

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The Snow Owls in the ‘The Group A Play Offs - Famous Masked Words’ episode of THE MASKED SINGER airing Wednesday, Oct. 7.

The Snow Owls in the Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020 episode of “The Masked Singer.”

Michael Becker, Fox

Fans of “The Masked Singer” have a pretty strong hunch about the identity of the Snow Owls, and it’s not Chip and Joanna Gaines.

What’s going on?

Multiple predictions suggest the Snow Owls — a duo performing on fourth season of the show — might be Chip and Joanna Gaines, the popular couple from the “Fixer Upper” television show.

But social media has a new theory — the Snow Owls might actually be Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black.

Oh, and one users suggested the duo might be Donny and Marie Osmond. That’s right. Donny and Marie Osmond.

  • Just to be clear, Donny Osmond appeared on the first season of “The Masked Singer,”finishing in second place as the Peacock. At the time, Osmond made the case that Marie should appear on the show.

Are Chip and Joanna Gaines the Snow Owls?

There’s still a compelling case that the Snow Owls are Chip and Joanna Gaines, which I wrote about for Deseret.com. The Snow Owls talked about making people’s dreams come true, and they’ve always worked on their hands and knees, which is something the Gaines family would do on “Fixer Upper.” There have also been references to the Gaineses’ faith and even a slight nod to “Magnolia” — the name of the Gaineses’ business.