In the late ’90s, Irish girl group B*Witched were "huffing, puffing and blowing" us away with their catchy pop anthem 'C’est la Vie.'
The quartet - made up of Edele Lynch, Keavy Lynch, Lindsay Armaou, and Sinéad O'Carroll - also smashed the music charts with their other hits, including 'Rollercoaster', 'To You I Belong' and 'Blame It on the Weatherman.'
They then seemingly disappeared, never to be seen nor heard from again … Or so we thought!
The peppy denim-garbed female four-piece called it a day in 2002, after they were dropped by their record label, Sony, and tensions led to the departure of Sinéad.
"I just wasn't feeling it," Sinéad later admitted. "To me it was like, what's the point?"
They eventually reunited in 2012 as part of the ITV special, The Big Reunion.
After re-bonding on the show, the girls went back to touring on and off over the past couple years and now they're coming to NEW ZEALAND as part of the So Pop Tour!
So what else have the girls been up to?
After the band's split in 2002, Edele went on to join a songwriting/production team called Xenomania and co-wrote a track for Girls Aloud's album 'Sound of the Underground'.
She also co-wrote three songs for the Sugababes.
In 2006 she reunited with her twin sister Keavy to form a duo called Barbarellas, which ended in 2012 when the whole band got together again.
Nowadays, Edele is more famous in the UK for her reality TV career than her music. She won Celebrity Apprentice Ireland in 2013 and appeared on Celebrity Big Brother in 2014, coming in sixth place.
Edele was married to fitness instructor Michael Barrett for seven years, before their split in 2013.
The former couple have three children together, Ceol, Harley and Enya.
The singer said she suffered from depression after B*Witched split and even contemplated suicide.
Following a different path, she played Snow White in a Theater Royal production in 2005.
In 2014 she completed a degree in therapeutic practice and became a qualified counsellor. To this day she works as a 'Humanistic Counsellor and a Reflective Therapeutic Practitioner' in Kingston upon Thames in London.
In 2017 she got married to businessman Nathaniel Comer and last year they welcomed their first child - a girl called Freya.
Lindsay failed to make a splash as a solo singer after the group’s split, so she hopped straight into acting in 2009 after training in London's King's Cross.
Three years later she got her first film role as Sister Georgina in crime thriller 'Two Days in the Smoke'.
Lindsay, who was previously married to 911 singer Lee Brennan, is now married to a recruitment director called Indi Pahl, and gave birth to daughter Sophia in 2017.
Sinéad, whose departure caused the band to disrupt after she had an "emotional falling out" with Edele, joined another, very short-lived girl group called Minx after the split.
In 2007 she made an appearance in Irish TV drama 'Fair City' as a receptionist and also started her own business called Star Academy which is still running successfully today.
The academy trains dancers, singers, and actors.
Sinéad is now married with two kids and honestly, we don’t even recognise her anymore!