If you haven't already had your fill of Nineties pop stars taking one last shot at singing thanks to ITV2's 'The Big Reunion', then you'll love the new series of 'The Voice'.
The BBC One singing contest has encouraged even more former chart-toppers out of the woodwork, including Kavana, Danny Foster from Hear'say and Cleopatra (Comin' Atcha) singer Cleopatra Higgins.
If you want to find out who definitely doesn't make it past the audition stage in front of Will.i.am, Jessie J, Tom Jones and Danny O'Donoghue click here.
Here's a little reminder of Kavana, Danny and Cleopatra in action in the baggy trouser wearing days of the nineties...
Kavana is now 35-years-old, back in 1997 he had hits with 'I Can Make You Feel Good' and 'MFEO'...
Danny Foster first rose to fame in 2001, after his appearance on ITV1 singing contest 'Popstars' where Hear'say were formed, made up of Danny, Myleene Klass, Kym Marsh, Suzanne Shaw and Noel Sullivan.
The group went on to have a number one hit with 'Pure And Simple' but their success was sadly short-lived and they split one year later. Now 34, Danny wants to make it on his own, but can he ever top this..?
Sisters Cleo, Yonah, and Zainam Higgins shot into the charts in 1998 as Cleopatra with their debut single 'Cleopatra's Theme'.
Now Cleo is said to have auditioned for 'The Voice' as a solo artist, which is strange because according to Wikipedia the group have recently been signed to Columbia records in the States. Does she need to tell her sisters something? Don't be surprised if a comeback is announced soon.
'The Voice', which allows former pop stars to audition blindly without being recognised by the coaches, last year saw Sean Conlon from 5ive audition unsuccessfully. One year later, he's back with 5ive and on 'The Big Reunion' and is shortly heading off on a UK wide tour Slam Dunkin' Da Funk all over again. Who said there's no such thing as a second chance?