Star of the 90's pop band, B*Witched and one half of the twins, Edele Lynch was joined by S Club 7's Hannah Spearritt, Blue's Simon Webbe, Northern Line's Dan Corsi and 911's Lee Brennan in London this week.
Edele, 42, who was the lead singer of B*Witched in which she performed with her twin sister Keavy Lynch, Sinéad O'Carroll and Lindsay Armaou - who fans spotted starring in a Netflix series earlier this year.The band split in 2002 and Edele looked very different from her denim-loving pop star persona and she arrived for the premiere of I Used To Be Famous sporting new blonde hair.
The Irish singer wore a patterned blazer with her blue jeans, instead of her usual denim jacket to create the double-denim look for which B*witched became synonymous, as well as black heeled boots.
B*Witched shot to fame in 1998 with the catchy number 1 record, C'est La Vie earning the girls success around the world. And follow-up singles Rollercoaster, Blame It On The Weatherman and To You I Belong also reached went to number 1.Read more on ok.co.uk