Jess Phillips is to appear on Thursday night's Question Time from Stamford, Lincolnshire, but it isn't her first time on the programme.
The outspoken Labour MP, elected at the 2015 general election, stole the show as audience member back in 2010.
In footage that has recently emerged, Phillips is seen lambasting the then newly installed coalition government's programme of austerity in her signature style. Watch the clip, above.
Airing her views towards a panel that included former Coalition Faith Minister Baroness Warsi, Phillips says: "You talk about fairness but it seems totally unfair that the cuts seem to be starting with children and families.
"The cuts surely should be starting with people up in their ivory towers, like David Cameron.
"I doubt very much that the loss of £129 to him would be very great but why is it women and children who are facing the brunt of these cuts?"
As well as Phillips, Thursday’s edition boasts the Conservative Transport Secretary Patrick McCloughlin, the SNP's Angus Robertson, columnist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, and Conservative Party ad man Moray MacLennan.
An audience member who said he was homeless waded into a discussion on immigration to bemoan the fact that one in seven new businesses have been set up by immigrants, fuming that they had "all been given money".
He went on: "[The money] has been thrown at the immigrants. I've applied for 100 jobs on the railway, i don't even get an interview anymore. these immigrants they get all their tickets paid for. I'm homeless, I've got nowhere to live."
In the most fractious Question Time of recent years, George Galloway clashed with fellow panelist Jonathan Freedland and a large, vocal bank of audience members on Thursday following a question on the rising tide of anti-Semitism in the UK.
Stoke-on-Trent legend Alan Barrett took on the Sun newspaper's managing editor Stig Abell in a sensational exchange.
While lambasting the paper's coverage of Jeremy Corbyn's bow during the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph, Abell's attempts to get a word in edgeways were met with a clear and cutting jibe: "Shut up, pal," Barrett said.
The brother of a Ukip candidate accosted Russell Brand on the programme after the comedian accused party leader Nigel Farage of "pointing his finger at immigrants and the disabled".
One man in Leeds immediately regretted his pointed question on the NHS to David Cameron in April this year.
Amid a row between the Question Time audience over Scottish independence
one member of the audience was invited to make a comment. It was a short, but wonderful contribution to the debate.
"I believe that if we become independent then we will be one step closer to finding aliens," says the young chap in the white shirt.
Filmed in Scotland, the question of the then forthcoming referendum came up, with the camera cutting to this chap – Nigel from Inverness who delivered a vignette that could have been lifted from the script of Braveheart… If Wallace was in favour of the Union… which he wouldn’t have been.
“I was born in Inverness, I’m a passionate Highlander, and I love Scotland. I will take a stand to keep the United Kingdom together. I will give my life for my country as my grandfather did in the First World War.”
Well bravo, sir.
And this was *before* the Lib Dems disastrous General Election.