Fans: I'm A Celebrity fans marvel that E Street star Toni Pearen, 48 ...

Fans: I'm A Celebrity fans marvel that E Street star Toni Pearen, 48 ...

Toni Pearen rose to fame as a fresh-faced ingénue in the early 1990s, starring in the soap opera, E Street, from the age of 17. 

Now aged 48, the one-time pop star reemerged on TV screens on Sunday - much to the delight of the fans who grew up watching her in their living rooms. 

This year’s I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! contestants have finally been revealed.

After weeks of cryptic clues from Channel 10, nine stars were shown entering the camp site during Sunday night’s premiere episode.

The actress and one-time pop star joined the cast of I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! Australia on Sunday evening, and viewers marvelled at her youthful visage.

We could do a full recap of the episode (there was skydiving, sausages in the face, tears) but let’s be honest, the only thing you want to know is who is on the show this year … so here they are.

Many commented on Twitter that the mother-of-two had barely changed since starring on E Street some 30 years ago. 

One fan Tweeted: 'I know it's shallow to say, but far out Toni Pearen looks amazing. She hasn't aged in decades.'Another person watching at home chimed in: 'Toni Pearen looks the same and I don't think it's Botox' while one more added: 'Toni Pearen is still hot'.

Someone else wrote: 'Refreshing to see no Botox face on Toni Pearen, tho I reckon she's gonna get lots of criticism for showing winkles on TV as well as support'. 

A stunned fan marvelled: 'Anyone else just google 'how old is Toni Pearen'?' 

Others were just happy to see her, with one person writing: 'Look, I'll be honest. If you put Toni Pearen on a TV show, I'll watch it.'

Someone else Tweeted: 'I love that we live in a world that would give Toni Pearen a second chance'.   

These days, Toni lives away from the spotlight, running a talent school, The Talent Co, with her business partner Raelee Hill.

She's been married to husband Will Osmond since 2007, and they have two children, Lucky, 10, and Ever, 7.

Toni rose to fame playing Toni Windsor on E Street, before moving onto a pop career, releasing hit singles such as  In Your Room and I Want You. 

She appeared briefly on Home and Away in 1994, before moving to America the following year, where she lived until 2002.

After returning to Australia, Tony played Australia's Funniest Home Video Show in 2003, leaving the show in January 2008.