As she continues her journey to find love on 'The Bachelorette' it's important to remember Sophie Monk's incredible and long career in the media.
No, we're not talking about how she basically invented reality TV via 'Popstars', and we're not talking about how she basically invented girl groups via Bardot, we're talking about the incredible performance she gave on the junior talent edition of Channel Ten's 'New Faces' in 1992.
There is so much to discuss here but if anything, if you didn't watch all 5:02 of glory (and why WOULDN'T you?) then can we please just re-live this iconic costume change.
Whole body slayage.
Not only does it just add to how incredible and timeless the overall performance is but 12-year-old Soph revealed that her mum actually made her outfit for the performance. Incredible.
Sophie isn't the only one who started on 'New Faces' and went on to great things with stars like Paul Hogan and Keith Urban appearing.
At the 2016 Logies, Julia Morris was surprised with her own 'New Faces' clip when at 17-years-old she performed 'Holding Out For A Hero', and later during the Logies did a revival of the star-making performance to a standing ovation.
Thank you, 'New Faces', for giving us so much gold.