The second episode of the second season of Fox's The Masked Singer aired on Wednesday, October 9, with the costumed eagle being revealed as none other than Dr. Drew Pinsky!

The eagle performed Meatloaf's classic, "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" for his first performance. The panel of judges guessed that the eagle was Howard Stern, Jeff Foxworthy or Bret Michaels.

The penguin and the eagle had the least amount of votes for the night, sending the two costumed stars to the "Smackdown Round" where they performed to keep their identities a secret. The eagle performed "These Boots Are Made For Walking" by Nancy Sinatra while the penguin sang "Worth It" by Fifth Harmony. In the end, the eagle lost the battle.

After the big reveal, Pinsky pointed out that judge Ken Jeong used to fill in for him on his radio show and was surprised that he didn't guess it was him underneath the mask.

Host Nick Cannon told the audience that the masked singers have collectively, "69 Emmy Award nominations, 42 Grammy Award nominations, 22 Broadway shows, three New York Times best-sellers and two have been named Time Magazine’s Most Influential People.”

The Masked Singer airs on Wednesdays at 8 PM ET on Fox.

See clips of the final two's performances, below!

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