Remember Sara-Marie from the first season of Big Brother in 2001?
With her infectious personality, bunny ears and bum dance craze that took over the country, Australia fell in love with Sara-Marie Fedele.
22 at the time, Sara-Marie was so popular that she even had her own self-help book published, The Sara-Marie Guide To Life, released a song and had her own line of pyjamas.
After appearing on Celebrity Big Brother, Dancing with the Stars and a hosting stint on Totally Wild, the reality TV star eventually faded into normality.
But today she was back on TV screens as a guest on the Studio 10 panel, filling viewers in what has been happening in her life for the past 17 years.
Now mum to a daughter who turns three in April, Sara-Marie has started an online business, Words on Rice, selling personalised grains of rice that she writes names or messages on.
Sara-Marie also revealed that she started doing the bum dance on Big Brother as a message to her sisters.
“There’s four girls in our family and we used to do that as a joke," she explained. "One sister would get out the bongo drums and I had the biggest bum so I’d move it around. I thought, ‘What could I send a sign to my sisters that I was happy?’ So that’s how that was created.”
And yes, she did do the bum dance on Studio 10!
Check out this vintage Rove Live interview with Sara-Marie:
This article was first published by WHO.