The first-ever all-female finale of The Masked Singer crowned one of William McKinley High's finest.
After 20 different masked contenders met their respective fates throughout the season—from Joey Lawrence and Kat Graham to Montell Jordan and Mario Cantone—it all came down to a head-to-head (or a head-to-head-to-head-to-head) battle between The Harp and The Lambs.
Powerhouse vocalist The Harp kicked off the finale with a performance of Lady Gaga's "The Edge of Glory." She followed it up with a gospel-infused take on John Mayer's "Gravity," complete with a backing choir. Earlier in the evening, The Harp's final clue was a yellow sports car.
"I have been through a lot in this industry and sometimes you forget who you are," Harp said after her performance of "Gravity" was praised by panelists Robin Thicke, Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy and Nicole Scherzinger. "Sometimes you need people to remind you, so thank you."
The Lambs—a trio of singers dressed in Little Bo Peep-inspired costumes—chose "I'm Every Woman" by Chaka Khan for the first performance. They followed that up with their take on Foreigner's "I Want to Know What Love Is." The Lambs final clue was a bouquet of white roses.
After The Harp and The Lambs performed, they flanked host Nick Cannon on stage for the final results.
It was revealed that the Golden Mask Trophy would be going home with The Harp, who was announced as the winner of the eighth season of The Masked Singer.
Before her identity could be revealed, however, The Lambs were unveiled as pop group Wilson Phillips, best known for their 1990 hit "Hold On."
"I just want to say, whatever it is that you want in this life, you go after it," Amber said after taking off her giant headpiece. "It may be hard. It may be a rocky journey, but at the end of that journey it will totally and completely be worth it. So, keep going."
For a full rundown on all of this season's Masked Singer contestants, keep scrolling.