No, not because the X Factor is back, although I did think about sending a handwritten letter to the execs at ITV personally thanking them for the TV gold that was Louis Walsh's new hair plugs complete with purple rinse.
And it's not because there were some topless pictures of Prince Harry partying in Las Vegas published in the press this week; but because after a five-year break, I am venturing back into the dog eat dog world of music and specifically the charts.
On Sunday, the STV Appeal single, Take You There, by Manran (featuring my good self) is released for download on iTunes and all other good sites. We're hoping to raise as much money as possible to help Scottish children affected by poverty.
My past experiences of releasing music have been well documented, with my debut single going straight to No 1 back in 2004 for three weeks. As a result I was the first Scottish female to ever debut at No 1 in the UK singles chart.
That fact came in handy a few years later when I was sitting at home one Saturday night watching, Who Wants to be a Millionaire. The £32,000 question was: "Which female singer made it into the history books as the first Scottish female to debut at No 1 in the UK Singles Chart.
The options were Annie Lennox, Sharleen Spiteri, Lulu and me.
The male contestant was struggling and only had a 50/50 lifeline left, and, to be honest, even though I knew the answer, I seriously started to doubt it when I saw all those other amazing Scottish artists.
I mean, how could I compare to these women?
Anyway he went for the 50/50 and it was down to me and Lulu.
After a moment or two he gave his final answer – Lulu – and unfortunately lost £31,000 leaving with just £1000 to take home.
I remember feeling almost responsible for his loss.
These were all great experiences but there have been down times, too, of course.
My second single, Meaning of Love, went in at number 13 and the album of the same name was No 1 in Scotland, but only a number 3 hit in the UK and Ireland, which was enough for my record label to drop me after six months.
I released a dance track in 2007 called Just for You, which did very well in the clubs and, thanks to a Soul Survivors Remix, even made it all the way to the Miami Dance Festival.
And just a few years ago I co-wrote a track called Safe, which made it onto Horse MacDonald's 2009 album, Coming up for Air.
In the nine years since winning Pop Idol there are three guaranteed things people always say/ask when they meet me.
1) What's Simon Cowell really like?
2) You're no where near as big as you look on the telly (this usually happens in supermarkets while I'm being rugby tackled to the ground by little old ladies)
3) Why aren't you singing anymore?
Well, Scotland, I am singing again and it's all for a really amazing cause.
So please download Take You There when it's released this Sunday.
Even Louis 'scare-do' Walsh would love it.