‘The Masked Singer’ Season 1 episode 5 spoilers: The Unicorn graduated class of 1993

The Unicorn is one of the four mystery celebrity contestants who will perform on “The Masked Singer” Season 1 episode 5 titled “Mix and Masks.” He will compete against the Rabbit, the Alien and the Lion.

“Graduated class of 1993,” a caption of The Unicorn photo reads. Many fans believe that she is Tori Spelling but they find it hard to associate her to the year 1993.

In 1993, Spelling was one of the hosts of Kids’ Choice Awards. She did not have a film or a TV show in this particular year.

Joel McHale will no longer appear as a guest panelist on “Mix and Masks.” He joined resident panelists Ken Jeong, Robin Thicke, Nicole Scherzinger and Jenny McCarthy on the third and fourth episodes “Five Masks No More” and “Another Mask Bites the Dust,” which aired on Fox on January 16, 2019 and January 23, 2019, respectively.

After performing “Get Your Shine On” of Florida Georgia Line, Terry Bradshaw was unmasked as The Deer on “Five Masks No More.” Margaret Cho was unmasked as the Poodle on “Another Mask Bites the Dust” after singing  “Time After Time” by Cyndi Lauper.

The Unicorn performed “Oops, I Did It Again” by Britney Spears on “Five Masks No More.” The Lion sang “Feeling Good” by Nina Simone on the episode.

“Here is the story of how I became The Unicorn,” The Unicorn said on episode 1 “Masked on Face Off,” which aired on January 2, 2019 on Fox. “My childhood should have been magical. I grew up in one of the richest neighborhoods and when I was little, I dreamt of singing but someone I admired told me I was tone deaf.”

Prior to the airing of “Mix and Masks,” new clues to the respective identities of  the Rabbit, the Unicorn, the Alien and the Lion were given.

The Unicorn opens an old book but the words written on the page are blurred. She is also shown playing a white piano.

“Mix and Masks” will air on January 29, 2019 on Fox. Here is a teaser of the episode:

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