Atomic Kitten's Natasha 'unrecognisable' on ITV's Catchphrase
Fans have said that Atomic Kitten's Natasha Hamilton looks 'unrecognisable' 18 years after the band split up.
The Kensington-born singer featured on tonight's Celebrity catchphrase on ITV where she hoped to win money for charity, alongside Made in Chelsea's Jamie Laing and Pointless quizmaster Alexander Armstrong.
Natasha joined Atomic Kitten in 1999 after Heidi Range left the band due to artistic differences, and they released their debut single 'Right Now' later that year.
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In 2003 she took her baby son Josh on tour with Atomic Kitten and the band broke up in 2004.
Atomic Kitten re-united in 2012 for a summer tour and in 2013 they recorded new songs for the first time since the band split.
Since then there was a string of cancelled tours in 2014 and 2015 and in 2017 fellow band member Kerry Katona left the group, with many rumours that she and Natasha had fallen out.
Last year the band released a remake of their song 'Whole Again' in support of the English football team and they will be supporting the boy band Blue on their 2022 arena tour.
Fans were amazed at how well Natasha looked on tonight's celebrity edition of ITV's Catchphrase.
They took to Twitter to share their thoughts.
One user said: "Okay, Natasha looks beautiful but... So very different? Didn't even recognise her but she looks amazing. #Catchphrase"
Shaq said: "Natasha Hamilton is still an absolute sort like #catchphrase."
She looked stunning in a pink short sleeved jumper emblazoned with white pearls, with her hair a deep red colour hanging past her shoulders.
The singer looked flawless with smooth skin and elegant make up.
She regularly shares posts on her social media accounts, letting fans and followers know what is new in her life.
On there, she describes herself as: "Mum, wife, singer, life juggler, brain warrior."
Natasha has recently graduated with a unconscious mind therapist diploma and learnt how to drive a boat.
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