Lambs 'The Masked Singer'
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Who Are Lambs on ‘The Masked Singer’? This Iconic Girl Group Was Revealed (SPOILERS)

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Nov. 30 2022, Updated 9:57 p.m. ET

Spoiler alert! The Lambs have been revealed! Scroll to the bottom to find out who was behind the mask!

As Season 8 of The Masked Singer continues, fans are waiting with bated breath as host Nick Cannon and judges Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg, Nicole Scherzinger, and Robin Thicke unmask the rest of the competitors. So far, many guesses have been accurate, and we’re hoping the same can be said for the show’s dazzling new trio, the lambs.

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Lambs wowed viewers with their harmonies, bright blue, purple, and pink dresses, and long, dramatic eyelashes. Since their debut, several fans have predicted that the furry band is a real-life musical trio. So, who are the lambs? Here’s what we know so far about the singers.

Lambs performing on 'The Masked Singer' stage.
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Lambs on 'The Masked Singer' — The Clues

So far, The Masked Singer hasn’t given us a ton of clues on Lambs’ identities. However, here's what we do know.

  • A milk bottle
  • "Miss Piggy's been our style icon since we were little ... We've been Beverly Hills besties since day one."
  • hints that they're related/grew up together. "We practically grew up with her ... and each other," when talking about Miss Piggy
  • "Famous" on a pair of jeans
  • "Venice" written on power lines
  • A diamond ring
  • Popcorn
  • Paul McCartney is the biggest celebrity they've worked with
  • one of them says, "Lambs, we have to stay hocused" instead of "focused," leading judges to wonder if the movie Hocus Pocus was a clue.
  • A movie reel and clapperboard
  • The on-stage clue: "Go your own way and cruise the country with your besties, turn those daydreams into a reality."
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Lambs on 'The Masked Singer' — The Guesses

Spoiler alert! While we don't know for sure who is behind the Lambs mask, the correct identity may be spoiled in the guesses below.

Since the milk bottle clue was only on one group member, fans believe there’s a lead singer for the Lambs’ real band. The Lambs also have one singer in the center alongside the other members. Based on their stance, Reddit users predicted the group could be The Chicks (formerly The Dixie Chicks). The Lambs’ “Southern Belle” dresses and bonnets were a dead giveaway for some that Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire, and Emily Robison are behind the masks.

(l-r): The Chicks, Wilson Phillips, and Haim at three separate events.
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The Chicks, Wilson Phillips, and Haim

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Although The Chicks were the top guess for a while, fans changed their mind after the group’s October 2022 Masked Singer performance. The trio sang “Hot and Cold” by Katy Perry during the performance. The group’s harmonies pushed fans to believe the masked group is Wilson Phillips, the popular '90s group that includes Carnie Wilson, Wendy Wilson, and Chynna Phillips, and we agree with that guess.

Wilson Phillips still reunites to perform their hits like “Hold On.” Plus, each group member has children, which could explain the milk bottle. Carnie, 54, has two kids — Lola, 17, and Luciana, 13. Wendy has four kids with her husband, Daniel Knutson — Leo (19), Beau (18), and twins Will and Jessie (15). Finally, Chynna has three children with her husband, actor Billy Baldwin — Jameson (22), Vance (21), and Brooke (17).

While we have our top guess, fans also added the following predictions:

So, who are Lambs on 'The Masked Singer'? The answer is… Wilson Phillips!

On the Season 8 finale of The Masked Singer, the Lambs were revealed to be the iconic girl group Wilson Phillips. Though they didn't take home the title (instead losing out to Harp), they certainly treated us to some of the best performances we've ever seen on the show!

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