Part of Team Cuddly on The Masked Singer US season 7, Baby Mammoth put on a wooll-y good performance for everyone, but who was hiding under the thick pink exterior?
Who is Baby Mammoth in The Masked Singer US?
Eliminated in week 8 of The Masked Singer season 7, Baby Mammoth was revealed to be sitcom legend Kirstie Alley. Alley's most famous role was as Rebecca in Cheers, though some of her other noteworthy credits include the Look Who's Talking movies, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Veronica's Closet and Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
Here is Alley's exit interview from The Masked Singer:
.@kirstiealley was so pinkin' cute as #BabyMammothMask! 💓 Watch the full interview about her time on #TheMaskedSinger on our Facebook page. 👀 pic.twitter.com/QSsmUKy01jApril 28, 2022
Who is Baby Mammoth in The Masked Singer US? Song picks...
In Baby Mammoth's debut on the show, the song they selected to sing was "Walkin' After Midnight" by Patsy Cline.
Baby Mammoth's second performance was a Cher classic, "The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)."
Who is Baby Mammoth in the Masked Singer US? Show clues...
In their first week on the show, Baby Mammoth's first official clue was a silver medal hanging around their neck. The next clue offered was a picture of a matchbook with a single match. Lastly, viewers got to see a cheer megaphone. We should also point out that Baby Mammoth's clue segment was built around hair care.
Week two for this performers meant that we got a mega clue for Baby Mammoth, which was a bird cage that said "Danger: Wild Animal." Baby Mammoth responded to this saying that she felt all animals should be wild and free.
Who is Baby Mammoth in The Masked Singer US? Costume clues…
Due to the costume being a mammoth, we instantly thought of comedian and actor Ray Romano, who is known for playing Ray Barone on the popular sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond and for voicing the woolly mammoth Manfred (Manny) in the Ice Age film franchise. Could this be a tribute to the hilarious and popular character?
Who is Baby Mammoth in the Masked Singer US? Verbal clues...
It's hard to determine a lot about Baby Mammoth's voice. However, the voice does sound vaguely familiar as if it's been featured in an animated movie or series.
Who is Baby Mammoth in The Masked Singer US? Theories...
Based on the silver medal clue, there are viewers that believe Baby Mammoth to be Olympic silver medalist Nancy Kerrigan. However, there is also a swelling belief that Baby Mammoth is actually actress Kristie Alley. As it turns out, the fans absolutely nailed this one.
Baby Mammoth has to be Nancy Kerrigan. You are right on this one Ken Jeong !! #TheMaskedSinger pic.twitter.com/05T4UHyihKApril 21, 2022
I definitely know who #BabyMammoth is on @MaskedSingerFOX! I am a #UnbrokenNut You go @kirstiealley!! 💜💜💜💜April 21, 2022
Baby Mammoth is @kirstiealleyApril 21, 2022
The panel, a little less so. Though Jenny McCarthy was able to correctly guess Alley as Baby Mammoth just before the reveal (after thinking it might be either Diane Keaton or Dianne Wiest), the others were a bit off. Ken Jeong opted for Reese Witherspoon, Kirsten Dunst for Robin Thicke and Nicole ventured Baby Mammoth was Rachel Ray.
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