Former X Factor Australia judge Melanie Brown hasn't ruled out a return to reality TV talent shows Down Under.
Earlier this year, there was a legal stoush between the Seven and Nine networks after it was announced Brown would be appearing on Nine's Australia's Got Talent.
Seven took Brown to the NSW Supreme Court, where the judge found Seven had an exclusive agreement with Mel B, preventing her from appearing on any other Australian TV network until January 31, 2014.
In Sydney on Tuesday, Brown said she would be open to opportunities.
"We'll see. My year's pretty much open next year. I'm focusing on my music, but we shall see.
"I love both shows - I love Australia's Got Talent and The X Factor.
"I think they're both great shows and I've done them both in many different countries, so yeah."
The former Spice Girl moved to the US this year to appear on America's Got Talent, which she's just wrapped up filming.
More recently, she's been focusing on her music career releasing the new pop track, For Once In My Life.
While in Sydney to promote the single, Brown said she's hoping to catch up with fellow Spice Girl Geri Halliwell, who's currently a judge on Australia's Got Talent.
Brown said while she couldn't speak for Halliwell, the lure to do TV talent shows for a Spice Girl was easy.
"It's just a fun thing to be a part of.
"Doing Australian X Factor, you get to see amazing singers and you get to nurture them.
"With America's Got Talent, you get to see a different array of things.
"It's hard work but you get to see amazing talent."
There may be a spot for Brown on The X Factor, which wrapped up its latest season on Monday, with Ronan Keating hinting he could soon be packing his bags for home.Keating said earlier this year he was seeking more time with his family.