Your favorite bleach blonde teen bride is taking another stab at the fame game -- this time as a pop star. The Daily Mail reports that 17-year-old Courtney Stodden was spotted walking in to a recording studio, arm-in-arm with 51-year-old husband Doug Hutchison.
The always scantily clad Stodden, spent an afternoon working on her new single with two Orange County-based producers.
"It's wonderful to be back in the studio again," she told the paper. "People have been contacting me all the time asking when my next song is coming out."
Stodden's last attempt at a music career gave the world the ditty, "Don't Put It On Me Girl" -- a call to the ladies whose men can't seem to help themselves around her, and the emotional ballad "Hurting People" with lyrics like:
"Maybe it was your mother who treated you so cruel/Maybe it was your father who pushed you down and called you a fool/ The way you talk about them, they both seem quite insane/No matter what they did to you I'm not the one to blame."
Stodden has many career goals and considers herself an "upcoming recording artist and model, aspiring actress, dancer, and TV show hostess."
Recently the buxom blonde made her official comedic debut, appearing alongside her husband and former "Seinfeld" star Jason Alexander in a Funny Or Die skit -- where she's basically felt up by Alexander.
And in other Stodden news, her mother Krista Keller was happy to report to E! Online that Facebook finally shut down an impostor's account who was posing as the world's most famous child bride.
Keller said the impostor was "causing problems because this person is speaking in a whole different way and personality than Courtney."
Courtney's mom and manager took issue with postings that mimicked Stodden's noted love for alliteration, saying "it's a real pukey way of talking."
We've compiled the early works of the artist known as Courtney Stodden for your listening enjoyment: