In contrast to last week’s shocking Rudy Giuliani announcement, tonight’s programme felt like a return to business as usual. Queen Cobra was the first to appear, and it became immediately clear that there is more than one person is hiding behind that mask.
Robin Thicke, a judge on the show, was impressed with the group’s rendition of “I Say a Little Prayer” by Aretha Franklin, and he cracked one of his trademark dad jokes after they finished performing: “I am almost serpent you guys are going to the finals.”
Who Received the Least Votes?
After Baby Mammoth sang Cher’s “The Shoop Shoop Song (It’s in His Kiss),” Space Bunny took the stage and performed Lionel Richie’s “All Night Long (All Night). After her performance, she released her own “Baby Mammoth” song, further proving that she is the contestant who is actually having the most fun. “All we need is a bridge,” Thicke joked.
The Prince showed off his impressive vocal range by performing a cover of Sam Smith’s “Lay Me Down,” which caused Nicole Scherzinger to cry.
As is customary, somebody had to get fired. To select who would advance to the next week’s show, a duel was held in the second episode of this group of candidates, just as it had been in the first two groups this season. In a contest of epic cuteness, Baby Mammoth and Space Bunny received the fewest votes.
Who is Baby Mammoth on Masked Singer?
Kirstie Alley, who has made her own brand of notorious headlines in recent years, was unmasked on this week’s show as Baby Mammoth – a part of “Team Cuddly.” This week’s unmasked celebrity was a little bit controversial in her own way.
Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg was the one of the “Masked Singer” panellists who correctly identified Alley as Baby Mammoth’s performer. Ken Jeong predicted Reese Witherspoon, while Nicole Scherzinger named Rachael Ray as her choice. Robin Thicke was under the impression that it was Kirsten Dunst.
What Was the Mega Clue for Alley?
Alley found a birdcage to be a “mega clue” because it implied that “Well, I think that all animals should be wild things. So I set it free and helped it escape.”(At the ‘Veronica’s Closet’ wrap party, Alley once sent the cast and crew live birds in cages as a gift.)
“They told me that I could do anything I wanted out here except poop on the stage”. Baby Mammoth said during last week’s programme. So I’ll take it as a very big win because although you can poop in the circus, you’re not allowed on this show. I am feeling very good because although I have gotten lots of silver, I want to go for the gold!”
Sandra Bullock, Diane Keaton, Dianne Wiest, Nancy Kerrigan, Tonya Harding, Kathleen Turner, and Suzanne Somers were among the actresses named as possible candidates by the panel before them.
The episode’s climax was a battle between Baby Mammoth (Alley) and the Space Bunny (Mike. Space Bunny played “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me” by Culture Club after “Me Too” by Meghan Trainor was played by Alley/Mammoth.
How Season 7 Competitors Have Been Classified?
Season seven of “The Masked Singer” features fifteen competitors, who have been classified as “The Good, the Bad, and the Cuddly.” This year’s costumes range from the cuddly (baby mammoth, thingamabob, lemur, space bunny, miss teddy) to the bad (hydra, ram, jack in the box, cyclops, queen cobra). The good include: Ringmaster, Armadillo, McTerrier, Firefly and Frog Prince
All told, Season 7’s competitors have been in 112 films, been nominated for 15 Grammys, eight Emmys, two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, seven Super Bowl performances, set two world records, and attempted to overthrow the duly elected President of the United States once.
Tweeters’ Predictions Regarding the Baby Mammoth
Even though there wasn’t a much known about Baby Mammoth, admirers were still speculating about who she might be. A Twitter user speculated “I believe that Baby Mammoth is Lea Michele, because the ruby shoes mean that she was the voice of Dorothy in Legend of Oz: Dorothy’s Return movie!”
According to one tweet, “Me and my newfound interest in The Masked Singer staying up to see if the Baby Mammoth is Stevie Nicks.”
One more person was lured to the Fox show by the Liza rumour. In a tweet, they said, “I don’t usually watch The Masked Singer, but given the rumor mill is buzzing that the Baby Mammoth might be Liza (even though I very much doubt it) … May have to watch just in case.”