Former I’m A Celebrity star Frankie Bridge looked totally different in a throwback snap from way back in the day.
The 34-year-old is no stranger to taking a walk down memory lane by sharing her blasts from the past with her 1.5 million online followers.
And with over twenty years in the business, several reality TV stints and even 13 top ten hits under her belt, it’s safe to say Frankie most likely has a lot of epic snaps stored away.
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And on Sunday (April 23) the Saturdays singer shared a major throwback picture with a haircut that wouldn’t look out of place on the cover of a 2000s Kerrang! magazine.
Taking to her Instagram Story, Frankie revealed her sadness over not being able to bag tickets to see Paramore at their recent London show.
The doting mum-of-two, who appeared on I’m A Celeb in 2021, also treated fans to an epic photo of herself from way back in the day.
In the photo, Frankie rocked a major emo haircut consisting of brown roots and honey blonde waves, as well as a plaid shirt.
She packed on the makeup too, opting for lashings of eyeliner with winged tips and razor sharp dark brows.
She captioned the pic: “This girl is very sad that she didn’t manage to get tickets for Paramore tonight.”
Frankie’s career began from a young age and she shot to fame during her days in S Club Juniors.
She then joined the band The Saturdays in 2007 along with Una Healy, Mollie King, Vanessa White and Rochelle Humes.
The group quickly shot into superstardom after stepping into the spotlight as they headed straight onto a tour with Girls Aloud.
Their debut single If This Is Love was an instant success and reached No8 in the UK Singles Chart.
After collaborating with hit artists such as Flo Rida, Taio Cruz and Alphabeats, The Saturdays hit the big time as they managed to sell over five million records.
Sadly it all came to an end after eight years when Mollie told The Irish Independent that the group was on a hiatus in 2015.
Since then, Frankie went on to appear on I’m A Celeb and became a regular panellist on Loose Women in 2021.
She married her husband Wayne Bridge in 2014 and the couple are parents to two boys.
Frankie is an avid mental health advocate and opened up about struggling during her time in The Saturdays.
She has released two books called Open: Why Asking For Help Can Save Your Life and Grow: Motherhood, Mental Health & Me.
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