Edele Lynch, who was a member of 90's pop band B*Witched, looks totally unrecognisable more than 20 years after finding fame – but still every bit as youthful.
The stunning 42-year-old was the lead singer of B*Witched back in the say, and she appeared in a Netflix series earlier this year – two decades after the Irish pop band split in 2002.
Edele was spotted in London this week to promote the series alongside a slew of nineties and noughties icons.
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She was seen with the likes of S Club 7's Hannah Spearritt and Blue's Simon Webbe when arriving at the premiere of I Used To Be Famous.
But Edele looked totally different from her younger self as she sported blonde locks instead of her signature brunette.
Still completely youthful, Edele appeared to be ageless as she gave a sweet nod to the outfits she wore while in the band.
Edele was still repping her statement denim – something she and the band were known for back in their heyday – Edele donned blue jeans with a patterned blazer and some black boots.
B*Witched shot to fame before the noughties in 1998 with the beloved track C'est La Vie – when the girls sported denim and plaid, and stormed the charts.
The band didn't just have one hit single though – in fact they had many including Rollercoaster, Blame It On The Weatherman and To You I Belong.
Although the band, which comprised of Edele, her twin Keavy, Sinéad O'Carroll and Lindsay Armaou split in 2002, Edele adored the music industry and stayed within its realms.
She even co-wrote Some Kind Of Miracle for Girls Aloud's debut album Sound of the Underground.
And B*Witched had a partial reunion in the noughties and 2010s when Edele and her sister Keavy performed together as a duo.
The pair stormed the music scene from 2009 until 2012, going by the names Ms Lynch and later the Barbarellas.
A little known fact about Edele is that she has a very famous older brother.
Shane Lynch is Edele's brother – who is a part of Irish boyband Boyzone.
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