She's one of Australia's highest-selling recording artists, attaining an impressive seven ARIA awards.

Earning fame as a child star on a popular reality show of the eighties, the entertainer has gone on to produce ten studio albums, two of which are in French.

Years before finding true love with her artist beau, the personality divorced her then-manager, calling their marriage 'disgraceful.'

So Can YOU guess her identity based on a television appearance from the '80s?

Guess who! She's one of Australia's most successful singers having won seven ARIA Awards... but would you recognise her from this '80s TV show appearance?

Guess who! She's one of Australia's most successful singers having won seven ARIA Awards... but would you recognise her from this '80s TV show appearance?

Guess who! She's one of Australia's most successful singers having won seven ARIA Awards… but would you recognise her from this '80s TV show appearance?

The '70s and '80s saw Tina Arena become a household name on Network Ten's Young Talent Time.

The show, inspired by The Mickey Mouse Club, helped to launch the singing careers of not just Tina, but also Dannii Minogue.

Tina, often in vibrant frocks, sported volumised curly locks and an innocent expression as she belted out lyrics.

Early days: The '70s and '80s saw Tina Arena become a household name on Network Ten's Young Talent Time 

Early days: The '70s and '80s saw Tina Arena become a household name on Network Ten's Young Talent Time 

Early days: The '70s and '80s saw Tina Arena become a household name on Network Ten's Young Talent Time 

Fast-forward almost three decades later, and the star, currently celebrating her fiftieth birthday, has gone on to achieve global success.

Not only has she produced ten studio albums and won seven ARIA Awards, Tina has performed for the 1995 AFL grand final and at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.

In the late '90s however, Tina relocated to Paris, where not only did she find another level of success, but also her current partner, artist Vincent Mancini.

After almost two decades of living in France and London, Tina and her beau moved back to Australia in October 2012.

Globally recognised: Not only has the Chains singer produced ten studio albums and won seven ARIA Awards, Tina has performed for the 1995 AFL grand final and at the 2000 Sydney Olympics

Globally recognised: Not only has the Chains singer produced ten studio albums and won seven ARIA Awards, Tina has performed for the 1995 AFL grand final and at the 2000 Sydney Olympics

Globally recognised: Not only has the Chains singer produced ten studio albums and won seven ARIA Awards, Tina has performed for the 1995 AFL grand final and at the 2000 Sydney Olympics

International base: In the late '90s however, Tina relocated to Paris, where not only did she find another level of success, but also her current partner, artist Vincent Mancini 

International base: In the late '90s however, Tina relocated to Paris, where not only did she find another level of success, but also her current partner, artist Vincent Mancini 

International base: In the late '90s however, Tina relocated to Paris, where not only did she find another level of success, but also her current partner, artist Vincent Mancini 

Prior to finding romance with Vincent, Tina was married to her former manager Ralph Carr from 1995 to 1999.

Speaking on Mia Freedman's No Filter Podcast in June, the Chains singer said: 'My first experience [with marriage] was disgraceful.'

She continued: 'And poorly treated under Australian law, because of what I went through financially…I went back to zero after 25 years of work.'

The brunette beauty wrote in her autobiography, Now I Can Dance, that she felt 'disconnected' to Carr on their wedding day.

She also said that the pair had a disagreement when she refused to sell photos of the ceremony to a women's magazine. 

Former flame: Prior to finding romance with Vincent, Tina was married to her former manager Ralph Carr from 1995 to 1999, having previously described the union as 'disgraceful'

Former flame: Prior to finding romance with Vincent, Tina was married to her former manager Ralph Carr from 1995 to 1999, having previously described the union as 'disgraceful'

Former flame: Prior to finding romance with Vincent, Tina was married to her former manager Ralph Carr from 1995 to 1999, having previously described the union as 'disgraceful'

Short-lived: The brunette beauty wrote in her autobiography, Now I Can Dance, that she felt 'disconnected' to Carr on their wedding day

Short-lived: The brunette beauty wrote in her autobiography, Now I Can Dance, that she felt 'disconnected' to Carr on their wedding day

Short-lived: The brunette beauty wrote in her autobiography, Now I Can Dance, that she felt 'disconnected' to Carr on their wedding day

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