NINETIES heartthrob Scott Robinson looks totally different two decades after finding fame as part of boyband 5ive.
Alongside Sean Conlon, Ritchie Neville, Jason 'J' Brown and Abz Love, Scott was plastered over bedroom walls all over the country.
Fast-forward 20 years and he's still in showbiz, presenting the The Big Drive Home afternoon show on Radio Essex.
However, he looks a bit different at the age of 43, having grown a huge bushy beard meaning even the most hardened 90s pop fan might struggle to recognise him.
He's very much settled down with wife Kerry – who he married the day after the group split up – and they share a son and twin girls.
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On September 28, 2022, Scott shared a sweet tribute to Kerry as they celebrated their anniversary.
He wrote: "21 years [of] marriage today. Married to this absolutely wonderful woman kerry_robinson83
"I honestly don't know what I would do without you. Love you happy Anniversary xxx"
Essex-born Scott's path to stardom began in 1997 when he auditioned to appear in 5ive beating over 3,000 other wannabes – including Russell Brand – for a spot in the group.
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Before they split in 2001, the group sold a mind-boggling 1.6 million albums and 2.4 million singles in the UK alone.
Scott recently opened up about his days with 5ive in a hilarious interview with The Sun where he remembered partying with the Gallagher brothers when Oasis was at the peak of its powers.
But far from the drug-fuelled, rock star scenes one would imagine, Liam, Sean, Rich, Scott and his wife Kerry ended up playing the kids’ game Bop It! together.
Scott remembers: “Liam was like, ‘Get on this lads, this game is absolutely legendary!’
"We're standing in a circle playing Bop It with Liam Gallagher and he's getting so annoyed that he's not winning.”
Ritchie joked: “You haven't lived unless you've played Bop It with Liam Gallagher!”
The group – now slimmed down to just three – do occasionally reunite for shows across the country.
At the end of January, the group will join festival Mighty Hoopla Weekender, with Mel C also in the line-up.
In March they'll be joining the 90s Baby Pop UK tour with other classic acts including 911, members of S Club, and Liberty X.
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