PITTSBURGH -- Turns out, unicorns aren't as elusive as once thought, at least not on the latest episode of "The Masked Singer" on FOX 53.
Four characters performed Wednesday night - Rabbit, Alien, Lion and Unicorn - with celebrity judge Ken Jeong providing a successful guess after fans voted to unmask Unicorn.
With a performance of Icona Pop's "I Love It," Unicorn provided three clues: craft, cartwheel and hills.
In a new twist this week the competitors had to show off a revealing item, with Unicorn showing a typewriter.
Celebrity Judge Ken Jeong wouldn't be swayed, he was all in on guessing actress Tori Spelling and he was correct.
"This journey on the show has been amazing," Spelling said.
"I'm not comfortable in front of an audience, even as an actress. I never thought I'd be able to tell my kids 'mom's a rock star, mom's a pop star.' This show allowed me to fulfill that journey."
Spelling said the typewriter belonged to her father, Aaron Spelling, who passed away in 2006.
Spelling becomes the fifth celebrity to be unmasked after Margaret Cho (Poodle), former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw (Deer), comedian Tommy Chong (Pineapple) and current Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown (Hippo).
Just hours before Wednesday night's episode Fox network announced high marks for the first season of "The Masked Singer" and said the show will be renewed for a second season.
The celebrity singing competition has become the highest-rated unscripted debut on any network in more than seven years, the network announced in a release.
Watch "The Masked Singer" Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on Fox 53.