Our iconic Aussie Delta Goodrem has had such a stellar career we almost forgot she starred as Nina Tucker on Neighbours.
The soap is celebrating 35 years in the United Kingdom, which has seen the small Australian program become a British staple.
To celebrate the huge milestone Delta took to her Instagram to post a slew of throwback moments, and she looks so fresh-faced.
Watch Delta sing Born To Try on Neighbours below.
In the first video, Delta is singing her most popular song, Born To Try, which she released in 2002 and subsequently performed on the show.
She also posted a cast photoshoot, an in-character portrait, a scene from the hairdressers, a video of her acting and a more recent picture with her former castmates.
The singer accompanied her post with a caption detailing how grateful she is for the opportunity to reflect on her past role.
"Neighbours♥️💕 where it all began. I am so excited to be joining @realscottmills on @bbcradio2 🇬🇧 today for the Ramsay Street reunion in celebration of the show being on air for 35 YEARS in the UK!!! wow.
"Honoured to be on the show with the best of the best xxx," she wrote.
Watch Delta as Nina in the video below.
Delta also took part in a reunion hosted by BBC Radio which featured iconic actors like Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan, Ian Smith, and Anne Charleston.
Speaking with host Scott Mills during the broadcast, Delta recalled her days on the soap fondly.
"It was a beautiful start to a wonderful journey with that show and that song [Born To Try]," she said.
Of course, Delta's comment section erupted with nostalgic messages.
Big Brother VIP star Ellie Gonsalves revealed, "Bruv this was the moment I fell in love with you.. and still love you all these years later haha ❤️," and Renee Bargh wrote, "👏👏."
One fan relished in their memories by commenting, "Omg this brings back so so many memories," and another penned the sweet message, "Loved you then, love you now 😝♥️."
In anticipation of the anniversary broadcast, Kylie Minogue spoke about reuniting with her cast and revealed they weren't so well-behaved back in the day.
"It's been a while, it's been way, way too long," said Kylie.
"It was a big decision to leave Ramsey Street. I've been getting very nostalgic myself and for the likes of Jason and myself, Guy Pearce, Annie Jones, the kind of the naughty kids of the bunch.
"It was such an incredible training ground to work with people like Anne and Ian and so many other incredible actors."
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