The Masked Singer

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The Masked Singer changed things up in week five! 

First of all, they started the show with a group performance, the logistics of which we cannot even begin to comprehend. It was clearly difficult for the Rabbit, the Alien, the Unicorn, and the Lion as well, because none of them sounded quite as good as they have individually. And honestly, that performance was probably the most surreal this show has been so far, just a unicorn, a lion, an alien, and a rabbit casually performing together.

Or, if you're to believe most of the internet, it was Tori Spelling, Rumer Willis, LaToya Jackson, and Joey Fatone performing together onstage, and that's even weirder. 

It was Spelling who was revealed tonight to have been masquerading as the Unicorn. A twist in tonight's episode allowed the singers to bring out a personal object as another clue, and Spelling's was her father Aaron Spelling's typewriter, on which he wrote every one of his scripts. 

Other personal items included a magic kit, a police badge, and a scrunchie, and absolutely none of those things make sense to us yet. Is LaToya Jackson a police officer? Or is it not LaToya Jackson at all? 

Scroll on down for all the other clues we've got so far, and come back with us next week to agonize some more. 

The Masked Singer, Monster, T-Pain

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The Masked Singer, Peacock, Donny Osmond

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The Masked Singer, Bee, Gladys Knight

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Joey Fatone, The Masked Singer

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Rumer Willis, The Masked Singer

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La Toya Jackson, The Masked Singer

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Ricki Lake, The Masked Singer

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Tori Spelling, The Masked Singer

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Masked Singer, Margaret Cho

Paul Morigi/WireImage; FOX

The Masked Singer, Terry Bradshaw

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The Masked Singer, Tommy Chong

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The Masked Singer, Antonio Brown

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The Masked Singer airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on Fox, and has now been renewed for a season two, so we'll likely be throwing guesses at wild costumes for years to come. 

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