We know and love her from her S Club 7 days ("there ain't no party…") but Hannah Spearritt was completely unrecognisable when she stepped out in London earlier this week.
Embracing a cool Goth vibe, the 35-year-old was attending the Everyday Heroes Party.
Wearing high-waisted SUPER long black trousers, she teamed those with a turtle-neck which boasted long-sleeves and lace detail.
Her makeup was also seriously on point: Hannah rocked a dewy foundation with heavy kohl eye-pencil and bright red lips.
Of course, the one-time pop starlet was part of the mega-selling S Club 7 in the late Nineties and early Noughties. They sadly disbanded in 2003, although they reunited last year for a once-off arena tour.
Ms Spearritt has more recently turned her attentions to acting and earlier this year, she played Mercedes Christie in Casualty.
We all love Holly Willoughby as the blonde, bubbly presenter, but did you know she started off her career as an actress?
As much as we loved S Club 7 back in the day, we never copped on that Holly played Paul's love interest in the band's move, Artistic Differences.
She played the character Zoe, an aspiring model, and was just 19 when the movie was filmed.
Something we can't get over is how great she looks 16 years later; it's like she never aged!
But, even though she was the CUTEST in this movie, we love her presenting as she brings her fun personality to our TV screens on every occasion.
Watch the clip for yourself to see Holly in action.
Well, this was totally unexpected but also totally awesome.
Show Nightclub in Tallaght, Dublin are hosting a 90s night and none other than S Club are going to be there.
It's looking like two of the bands members, Bradley and Jo are set to give a live performance on Saturday night, according to the club's Facebook page.
So far, only 168 people have confirmed they will be attending the 90s nostalgia night, so get in quick before it totally fills up.
Doors open at 10.30 and there's a €25 mega deal on offer for five drinks and admission – but let's be real, all we're interested in is getting down to the S Club beat.
It was the reunion that we had all been looking forward to, but S Club 7’s Children In Need performance seems to have fallen flat.
All seven members took to the stage last night for their first gig in years, with the spotlight of the media and Twitter upon them.
But while the band looked to have had a ball performing a medley of their greatest hits, they came in for some pretty harsh criticism on the Internet – with member Jo O’Meara bearing the brunt.
One Twitter user wrote: “You can learn a lot from S Club 7 – look after yourself and you’ll age like Rachel. Smoke, drink, etc. and you’ll end up like Jo…#BeHealthy”.
And if comments about her physical appearance weren’t bad enough, others took to their keyboards to criticise her vocals during the performance.
“Wow, Jo out of S Club 7 really can’t sing,” observed another user.
With rumours that there may be a new S Club 7 record as early as next year, we’re sure the gang won’t be too put off by the response.
What did you make of the reunion?
For anyone who’s ever drunkenly sang Never Had a Dream Come True on a night out or joyously blasted out Don’t Stop Movin’ when nobody’s home, we have some good news for you… S Club 7 are reuniting!
They were the cool kids of the Noughties, jetting around Miami and LA while we watched in awe on The Den. Now, Rachel, Bradley, Hannah and co. are reportedly planning to get back together.
The gang of seven met with their former management company, 19, recently, and now The Sun is reporting that they have all signed contracts for a comeback.
Addressing the rumours on Twitter, band member Paul Cattermole said it was “God damn close,” though he refused to confirm anything yet.
A source close to the band said that the group’s former manager Simon Fuller has big plans for a potential reunion. “Simon wants this comeback to be even bigger than Take That or Steps,” the source said.
We can't wait! Although let's hope the sports-bra-as-actual-top trend doesn't catch on again…