R&B singer Denise Pearson is reportedly hoping to make her comeback on new series The Voice UK later this month, it's been claimed today.
The Daily Star report that the 43-year-old singer-songwriter will be seen auditioning for the show when it starts this Saturday night on BBC One.
Denise rose to fame in the group Five Star in the 80s and 90s, which saw her perform with her brothers and sisters.
The quintet enjoyed a successful decade-long career in the charts, releasing nine albums including four-times platinum chart topper Silk and Steel.
They scored six top 10 hits and a further 15 songs entered the top 40, before finally splitting up official in 2001.
After a rather less successful solo career, Denise went on to appear in West End shows including Michael Jackson’s Thriller and Respect La Diva.
Now she's on The Voice, hoping that one of the four coaches - Sir Tom Jones, Will.i.am, Jessie J and Danny O'Donoghue - will hear something that will make them turn around.
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The voice UK starts this Saturday at 7PM on BBC One.