Girls Aloud's Nadine Coyle has signed a new record deal.
Nadine has announced a new partnership with Virgin EMI Records which will see her release a new album.
The singer first rose to fame on Popstars in Ireland, where she was famously kicked off the show for being too young after lying about her age.
Let's just remind ourselves of that brilliant TV moment:
Anyway, Nadine then made a comeback on spin-off series Popstars: The Rivals in the UK that saw her join Girls Aloud.
The five piece girl group were the first real successes of reality telly after being put together and mentored by now X Factor judge Louis Walsh.
Nadine first went solo in 2010 but debut album Insatiable didn't set the charts alight, missing the Top 40 altogether in the UK.
Now she's back with a new record deal having signed to Virgin EMI Records.
Nadine said: “I’m so excited to be releasing music again. I’m nervous but really happy to be sharing them finally.
“It’s a dream come true to sign a solo deal with a label that’s as brilliant as Virgin EMI.
“The team really share my vision for the album and I can’t wait to start performing again.”
Earlier this year The Sun suggested that Nadine could reunite with some of her Girls Aloud bandmates for the record.
“There has even been talk of a Girls Aloud track on the album," a source said.
However we're not getting too excited just yet.
Speaking earlier this year, Nadine revealed she'd not spoken to the girls in forever despite moving to London.
"No, noting. Not any talks. I couldn't even tell you when I last caught up with them. It was a while ago," she told OK! magazine