She’s the Australian actress who was recently awarded a whopping $4.5 million after winning her defamation case against Bauer Media.
And now she has taken to Instagram to share a cute throwback photo that shows her receiving a gift of a karaoke machine.
In the photo, shared with her 4.5 million followers, the blonde bombshell can be seen smiling broadly as she holds up her gift of a tape recorder with a microphone.
Sing star: Rebel Wilson has taken to Instagram to share a cute throwback photo that showed her receiving a gift of a karaoke machine
With her cheeky smile instantly recognisable, Rebel Wilson proudly holds up the box that contains her present for the camera.
Her blonde locks flowed freely over her shoulders while she was also sporting a fringe that fell over her eyes.
The Pitch Perfect star captioned the photo: ‘Mum just sent me this old photo with the caption: “Apparently you did like to sing as a child.”‘
Prodigious talent: Rebel captioned the photo: ‘Mum just sent me this old photo with the caption: “Apparently you did like to sing as a child”
Fans of the actress were quick to point out how little she had changed in the ensuing years with comments including: ‘Aww you look so cute and seriously haven’t changed at all #Childhood #DefyingAge.’
While many more were drawn to comment on Rebel’s cuteness some could not help but comment on the fetching couch that sat in the back of the frame.
‘Oof, that couch,’ one follower chimed in, punctuating the sentiment with the hashtag #straya, while another offered a similar: ‘I’d love to give that as a prez to kid nowadays and watch them try to work out how to use it Cheers to cassettes and 80s floral sofas.’
Ageless: Fans of the Bridesmaids actress were quick to point out how little rebel hadn’t changed in the ensuing years with the likes of: ‘Aww you look so cute and seriously haven’t changed at all #Childhood #DefyingAge’
Rebel was awarded $4.5 million by Bauer Media last week.
She proved to an all-female jury in June that the Woman’s Day, Australian Women’s Weekly, OK! and NW magazine publisher defamed her in eight articles published in May 2015.
The articles claimed she was a serial liar about her real name, age and childhood so she could make it in Hollywood.
Rebel has pledged, via Twitter, that any money she wins will be donated to a charity, scholarship or invested into the Australian film industry.
Winner: Rebel was, last week, awarded $4.5 million for being defamed by Bauer Media