Former Hear'Say singer Danny Foster has auditioned for The Voice UK 2013!
The singer previously made if famous, sort of, as part of one of the first ever reality telly talent show winners back in 2001.
Danny was a part of Hear'say, which also included singers Myleene Klass, Kym Marsh, Suzanne Shaw and Noel Sullivan.
The fivesome split soon after they won, with the five singers each going on to have varying degrees of success on their own.
Poor Danny however wasn't one of the lucky ones, and ended up back at square one this week with new audition some 11 years after his first.
The singer performed for coaches Jessie J, Danny O'Donoghue, Will.i.am and Sir Tom Jones in Manchester this week, but Danny's bad luck continued.
The 33-year-old failed to entice a single act to turn their chairs during his performance, losing out at the first stage.
A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "It just goes to show that being a former chart star means nothing at those auditions. Danny's been No. 1 and he wasn't wanted."
Meanwhile, former 90s girlband star Cleo Higgins did impress the coaches when she performed in a comeback bid.
The singer managed to get both Jessie J and Will.i.am to turn around to fight over her for a good 30 minutes, before she finally decided to join Team Will!