Do you remember Australian Idol?
WATCH: Prinnie Stevens returns for another crack at The Voice
It was the OG of reality TV singing competitions - and if you were a big fan, you'll remember this name.
Prinnie Stevens first graced our TV screens on the second season of the worldwide franchise in 2004.
After laying low as a backup singer in the years that followed, Prinnie reemerged in 2012 to compete on the inaugural season of The Voice Australia.
"Prinnie first rose to stardom on Season 1 of The Voice where she wowed audiences with her high energy performances that set her aside from the rest," her bio reads.
"Showcasing her ability to be one of the country's best triple threat performers. Her ability to sing, dance and act at the highest level has solidified her place as one of the most sort after acts in the country."
Since representing Joel Madden's team on The Voice, Prinnie's been a busy lady!
She appeared in The Sapphires, appeared in a number of TV shows, and played the role of Nikki Maron in the local production The Bodyguard musical.
In 2014, she also took on a backstage host and mentor gig on The Voice Kids.
By 2016, she married her American basketball player beau, Patrick Sanders, at a secret location, and in 2018 welcomed a baby girl, whose name has been kept under wraps.
Prinnie also has a 13-year-old daughter named Sania from previous relationship.
Now, the busy working mum is back for another shot at stardom as an All Star!
"I can’t believe I’m doing it all over again, auditioning as an ALLSTAR!" she wrote to her 21,000 Instagram followers.
So much more to gain, and even more lose. Im going to need all your support guys