SMASH hit 90s pop legends SWV have been spotted looking unrecognisable 30 years after their album It’s About Time.
Popular band Sisters With Voices – who shot to fame in 1992 – took to their Instagram grid to show off what they look like now.
Fans of the band will remember the American R&B trio, who were made up of Cheryl Gamble, Tamara Johnson and Leanne Lyons for their hit I’m So Into You.
The women were often seen posing on the front of glamorous LP covers, shoulder to shoulder and smouldering towards the camera.
然而, they’ve now been spotted looking totally different – as the group celebrates an impressive 30 years since their first album.
SWV took to Instagram earlier this year – where they were seen donning matching sparkling outfits, printed with the number three.
The women took to the stage at Solfest Los Cabos at the Hard Rock Hotel to perform for an adoring crowd of fans.
Leanne could be seen sporting an impressive bright red wig, as she flaunted her curves in a number of tight fitting outfits.
Looking age-defying, her band mates also let their hair flow down as they jumped back and forth on stage.
“Rocking out this weekend,” the post – which came as part of their tour around the UK earlier this year – 读.
The three women were then seen posing in South Africa as their tour was taken international – posing in a glamorous dressing room.
It comes after fans were left shocked to see a one-hit wonder from the 90s – whose track had everyone racing to the dancefloor – 仍然 looking fresh-faced 29 多年.
Singer Whigfield, famed for her hit Saturday Night, posed in a white logo top with her locks in loose waves flowing down one shoulder.
别处, Ace of Base were spotted looking unrecognisable as they performed at a festival 30 years after gracing the charts with their hit All That She Wants.
The Swedish band – who originally consisted of siblings Jonas and Jenny Berggren, Malin Linn and their pal Ulf Ekberg – took to the stage again last year as they headlined at a festival.
While Sharon Corr was seen looking totaly different compared to her 1990s fame in family band The Corrs.