Kermit the Frog competed as the snail in Season 5, or returned last season to battle the “Rainbow Connection” over a special Muppets-themed extravaganza, such a warm and fuzzy, really fuzzy episode. Was masked singer As of this week’s Sesame Street Night.
Wednesday’s opening number, which features Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Elmo, Grover, the Count, and even a reluctant Oscar the Grouch singing BTS’ “Dynamite,” was already cloudy, bringing a sunny day. was enough to overcome and make everything A-OK. , But when a special surprise guest, happy and healthy Buffalo Bills safety Dumar Hamlin, appeared on the block, this episode was definitely brought to you by the letter A…for Dear,
Hamlin reportedly taped his feel-good cameo in January, just weeks after suffered cardiac arrest and collapsed on the field during a Monday Night Football game against the Cincinnati Bengals. On that shocking and terrifying January 2 evening, the 24-year-old NFL star was given CPR for 10 minutes before being taken off the field in an ambulance, but he miraculous recovery and was released from Buffalo General Medical Center/Gates Vascular Institute nine days later.
Asphalt “I’m going to Disneyland!” moment, but instead he went masked singer – to the squealing delight of the studio audience, the judging panel, and most of all, Darma’s little brother.
At the beginning of Wednesday’s episode, the Squirrels circled the count with “Just the Two of Us” after season 9 winner, that an adorable 8-year-old boy named Damir, was there to provide one of the Squirrels’ weekly clues. It was out Taking a seat on the famous 123 Sesame Street tenement stoop next to Elmo, Damir told the fluffy red icon that he was “with my brother”, to which the Muppet replied, “Really? Come on, get him out!” “
“Ladies and gentlemen, Buffalo Bill in the building! Damar Hamlin, the man who brought the whole world together, inspired us all!” announced host Nick Cannon, as judges including guest panelist Jennifer Nettles, dressed in Ken Jeong’s face He jumped out of his chair at the sight of the smiling asphalt holding the football. Kane seemed most excited by this unexpected masked singer Kind of revealing, exclaiming, “It’s great to see you! Oh god, I’m going crazy! I’m so glad you’re here, but more importantly, I’m so glad you’re healthy. The whole world loves you!”
When Nick asked Damar why he decided to come here masked singerOf all places, the football hero replied, “Mainly because of my brother. You know, he’s my world. I put family first. And he loves Sesame Street more than most things. So, we had to make it tonight.
Speaking for all of America, Nick said, “Such a beautiful moment.”
So, part of the squirrel became masked singer History by association, but sadly she was not able to hold on to her reigning queen title for a second week; In fact, she was the first contestant to be eliminated on Wednesday, not even in the Battle Royale. While she claims to be a rocker girl at heart (last week, she “tapped into her inner rock star” and sank her buck teeth into Pink and 3 Doors Down covers), Grover Washington Jr./Bill Withers of the Squirrels Ballad was a little too quiet this week to be truly competitive.
So, Squirrel was ordered to get out of there, and I guessed it right last Wednesday — and Judge Jenny McCarthy-Wahlberg found out this week — she was revealed to be funny lady, rock of Ages Actress, former Petalstones alt-rock frontwoman and Ken Key couples Retreat Co-star, Malin Ackermann.
As for the other two contestants of the night, Jackalope and Fairy, neither of them covered Oscar the Grouch’s “I Love Trash,” Burt’s “Doin’ the Pigeon,” or Cookie Monster’s “Cookie Disco” (or anything). did not do. sesame street fever, disappointingly) on Sesame Street Night. The night’s second reveal, Jackalope — who turns out to be social media star Lele Ponce — awkwardly sang Shakira’s “Wherever, Anywhere,” which had nothing to do with the week’s theme.
But at least Angel paid tribute to bad-boy Oscar the Grouch with Linda Ronstadt’s “You’re No Good,” a performance that Oscar complained “Very Good!” and Robin Thicke judged, “Your vocal was perfect for that song, so smooth and sultry.” It established Fairy as the crowned queen of Group B and beat one, so As she heads into next week’s round, it’s time for some guessing: Who is Angel?
A self-described “nepo-fairy” who used to charge kids in her neighborhood an admission fee to visit her famous father, this magical creature “grew up on these (mole) streets” with Brat Pack friends like Sean Penn, Rob Lowe, and Emilio Estevez. However, she “chose a more different path, prioritizing my education and traveling the world” before eventually moving back to “tinsel town” to pursue her two loves, singing and acting. Her other clues included a panther, a basketball, a police badge, and the song “Endless Love”. The judges thought it could be Tracee Ellis Ross (not a bad guess), Angelina Jolie (which was definitely Ken’s bad guess), or “Nepo-baby” Rashida Jones… but I think it’s Holly. Robinson is Pete.
In addition to the fact that Holi can sing legitimately, in the words of the Count, add up to most Fairy/Holly clues. Holly attended the same Los Angeles high school as Penn, Lowe, and Estevez; She put her acting career on hold to study psychology and French at Sarah Lawrence College and perform music in Paris nightclubs; She is married to Rodney Peet of the Carolina Panthers; she acted in the police drama 21 Jump Street and basketball-centric sitcoms Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, And she portrayed “Endless Love” diva Diana Ross in the ABC miniseries The Jacksons: An American Dream. And if you need even more connections, Holly is the daughter of late actor Matt Robinson – the original Gordon On Sesame Street – and made her first TV appearance Sesame Street Myself at the age of 6!
But whoever Angel is, she’s a pro. As Jennifer Nettles, a huge fan of Linda Ronstadt, attested, Angel bravely took on “Ronstadt’s Song” and sounded amazing… which makes me think you’ve done this before! So, watch Angel on next week’s Country Night (which, for some strange reason, Will not done guest-judged by Nettles), when she attempts to leave the two new contestants choking on their pixie dust.
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