Katharine McPhee is spending her time in quarantine revisiting some pieces she's worn throughout her career.
The "American Idol" runner-up proved that the infamous figure-hugging yellow dress she rocked in 2006 while competing on the fifth season of the show, still fits like a glove.
McPhee first donned the dress when she attempted to tackle the late Whitney Houston's "I Have Nothing," which was critically panned by the judges. In addition, the public lambasted her wardrobe, saying the dress' plunging neckline and high slit were too revealing for public television.
Despite the bad memories that may be attached to the dress, she still held onto it. Now, thanks to staying at home to wait out the COVID-19 pandemic, she dusted it off on Monday to show fans that she it still fits 14 years later.
"It’s day 26 of quarantine and we’re breaking out dresses from 14 years ago," captioned the "Waitress" alum on a photo of her posing in the dress.
She then mulled over the possibility of throwing it on for a major event, writing, "Might have to resurrect this moment, on a red carpet, once we are out of this."
Fans believe she was hinting at the 74th Tony Awards, which has been postponed to a later date, still unannounced. The award show, which honors the best of Broadway, does feature a red carpet.
McPhee was runner-up during her season of "American Idol," coming in second to season five's winner Taylor Hicks.