Right, it's about time we caught up with Cecilia Giménez, the Spanish parishioner whose well-meaning attempt to restore a fresco in her local church attracted global attention.
The latest? The Sanctuary of Mercy Church in Borja, near Zaragoza, is now charging visitors €4 (around £3) each to view the botched fresco after it became something of a tourist attraction. And seeing as this is all thanks to her, Cecilia is demanding her share of the profits.
"She just wants the church to conform to the law," explains her lawyer Enrique Trebolle, quoted in The Guardian.
But before you start thinking Ms Giménez is money-grabbing, we should just point out that she only wants the cash so she can give it to muscular atrophy charities because her son suffers from the condition. So, fair enough.
In fact, we think it might be a nice idea if those of us who've had a good old belly laugh at Cecilia's handiwork considered chipping in to show our appreciation. UK-based muscular atrophy charities include: The SMA Trust, which funds research into spinal muscular atrophy; and The Jennifer Trust, which offers information and support to those affected.
It's the least we can do. After all, Cecilia also inspired an international renaissance of amateur fresco restorers...