The countdown is on as fans eagerly await Elizabeth Sobinoff's highly anticipated return to Married At First Sight.
And while she is yet to appear on the small screen, Lizzie has not been shy when it comes to showing off her body transformation on Instagram.
Stripping down to her underwear, Lizzie flaunted her heavily inked body as she promoted a skin product with her 210k loyal followers.
Lizzie garnered praise in 2019 thanks to an empowering speech she made, calling out her "husband" for making unwarranted remarks about her weight.
"As women, it's a hard enough time in this life, OK," she said in a final message to Sam before leaving the experiment.
"We get so much thrown at us. We have men sitting there going, 'well yeah, you have to be this way, you have to look that way', otherwise, you know – I don't want a bar of it.
"We are expected to look a certain way because of men like that."
WATCH: Lizzle had Australia cheering after this empowering body image speech on Married At First Sight. Story continues below...
Lizzie has since gone on to lose more than 10kg but she says the number on the scale does not dictate how gorgeous she feels.
"I love my body... at any size," Lizzie told NW in July last year.
"I think I always look fabulous. I've thought that when I weighed 49kg and when I've weighed 90kg. I want women to realise that we're all so much more than a number on a scale. So, yes, I've lost some weight since I was a "huge" size 10 when I was on MAFS, but that doesn't mean I'm any "better" now, just because I'm slimmer."
She added: "I'm actually dealing with some health conditions that cause my weight to fluctuate. I may gain weight again and that's OK. The most important thing is that I've always been mentally strong."
And as for the many MAFS viewers and Instagram followers who are quick to judge her based on what she looks like? Lizzie has a message for them.
"I'm like, "I'm as fine as hell!" I look at my curves – whatever size they are – and I'm like, "Hey, girl!" I refuse to give haters or fat-shamers any time. They cannot hurt me," she said.