THE popstars responsible for the toe-tapping Noughties track Flowers are now unrecognisable from the tune that rocketed them to fame.
Band Sweet Female attitude released the garage track back in 2000.
The Manchester-based music group is a collaboration between Leanne Brown and Catherine Cassidy, with the pair's work considered a one-hit wonder.
This being said, Flowers failed to reach the top spot in the charts, instead peaking at number two.
Their follow-up track 8 Days A Week missed out on the top 40.
Meanwhile their only album, In Person, was only released in Germany.
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Back in 2018, Leanne spoke about two new songs and the future of the band.
She told Vents Magazine: "Well the two singles are part of an album of original tracks we have put together – some completely original tracks that we have made in our own studio and some which are collaborations with other artists from the UK, France, Portugal and Russia – we are just finishing up the mixes and hoping to find a label to sign the album in the next few weeks.
"We also have another EP/Album which is entirely made up of covers that we do in our live shows – we have compiled this almost by default and decided that it would be great to release it as we have lots of material that we showcase live with a great reaction, but most of it is actually inaccessible to our fans.
"Outside of music, we are renovating our house which I loathe but enjoy the finished product, so all in all we are busy, busy, busy."
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Leanne recently delighted fans with an appearance on the newly-launched Big Breakfast re-boot.
She showed off a completely different look, with brunette locks and blonde highlights framing her face.
Leanne added a pop of colour with bright punk lipgloss and made sure she couldn't be missed in a lime green suit.
She gushed in her image caption: "Doing a turn with some of the UKG fammo on @officialbigbreakfast this morning🌟🎉🤩❤️ #motorwaysandbeats #earlystarts #live."
Catherine meanwhile has also switched up her poker-straight locks in favour of a more relaxed, layered hairstyle.
She now works as a music and production tutor.
Yet their track Flowers is still finding fame two decades on.
Fellow Mancunian Aitch released track Flowers (Say My Name) inspired by the band's track of the same name.
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