Lindsay Armaou recently starred in hit Netflix show Stay Close, where the former singer looked very different to how she did during her days in B*Witched.

Lindsay, 43, shot to fame in the 90s alongside her former bandmates Edele and Keavy Lynch and Sinéad O'Carroll, who released hit songs such as C'est La Vie and Blame It On The Weatherman.

The band became the first in history to have its first four singles top the charts in the UK.

Despite their success, B*Witched went their separate ways in 2002, when Lindsay went off the grid for a number of years.

She went on to make a return to the limelight in 2012, but not in the music industry. It was in 2012 that Lindsay first tried her hand at acting after starring in Two Days in the Smoke as Sister Georgina.

She starred in the British drama alongside Matt Di Angelo, Stephen Marcus and Alan Ford.

Lindsay went on to star in 2014 show Wireless, and has now made her Netflix debut on Stay Close.

She stars as Marlene Flynn in the northern England-based show, alongside acting veteranJames Nesbitt and The Stranger’sRichard Armitage.

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In the wake of her starring in Stay Close, B*Witched fans took to social media to express their surprise of seeing her on the small screen.

“Did anyone cop that Carlton's stepmum in #StayClose is Lindsay from B*Witched?,” wrote one viewer.

“As if Lindsay from B*Witched is in Stay Close,” said another.

A third penned: “i’m ten minutes into #stayclose on netflix… is that lindsay from b*witched?!”

The synopsis for the popular show reads: “The lives of a photojournalist, a soccer mom and homicide detective are disturbed by a terrible event from the past.”

Richard Armitage recently discussed the show with Lorraine Kelly, and gushed over his castmates.

He said: “Brilliant cast and it was so nice to reconnect with Jimmy [Nesbit] after The Hobbit and Joe Joyner, after I think 17 years ago from North and South.

“Eddie [Izzard] was a dream. We are so lucky. I wanted to work with Sarah Parish forever, we couldn’t stop talking onset.”

Richard added at the time of his interview earlier this month: “We’re really happy that Stay Close is number one in 40 countries.”

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