Casey Donovan opted for a tried and tested number on Friday.
Attending the announcement of the Australian touring cast for the musical We Will Rock You, the 27-year-old took to the stage in Sydney, wearing a red and black lace dress.
The low-cut dress was the same one she was seen wearing to the Cirque Du Soleil Totem Opening in October 2014.
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Tried and tested! Casey Donovan opted for a tried and tested number for the announcement of the Australian touring cast of musical We Will Rock You in Sydney on Friday (left) (Pictured right in 2014)
This time however, the former Australian Idol winner sported longer locks and changed up her accessories.
While still in it’s natural, curly state Casey’s hair swept across the top of her shoulders, framing her face.
The singer also accentuated her ample chest in the cleavage revealing number with a pointy statement necklace sitting across her décolletage and added a number of bracelets on both wrists.
The powerhouse singer was revealed to play one of the lead female roles, Killer Queen, and belted out a tune on stage to give a taste of her character.
Big reveal: The 27-year-old is set to play one of the lead female roles of Killer Queen
Gareth Keegan of Jersey Boys fame, will play the lead character Galileo, dubbed ‘a Bohemian dreamer who hears strange song lyrics in his head and is ultimately the reincarnation of Freddie Mercury’.
The musical is based around songs from the band Queen’s back catalogue and written by comedian and author Ben Elton, who gushed about the Australian line-up.
‘Australian musical theatre is famous world-wide for the excellence of the artists it produces,’ he noted in a statement.
‘WE WILL ROCK YOU has featured Australians in productions as far apart as Toronto, London and Berlin.
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‘Check a musical cast list on Broadway or in the West End and the chances are you’ll spot an Aussie.
‘Brian, Roger and I know that the new all-Australian cast is second to none,’ he added.
The tour will kick off in Sydney at the Lyric Theatre on April 28 before heading to Brisbane from July 10.
It will call Melbourne’s Regent Theatre home from 30 August, before heading to Perth’s Crown Theatre in November and the Festival Theatre in Adelaide from January, 2017.
Touring cast: The Australian cast tour will kick off in Sydney at the Lyric Theatre on April 28 before making its way around the country’s capital cities