The women of B*Witched look SO different, 18 years after "C'est la Vie"
In the late ’90s, right around when the Spice Girls, Backstreet Boys, and ‘NSYNC were all tearing up our hearts, Irish girl group B*Witched entered the equation with their catchy pop anthem “C’est la Vie.”
They soon released a few more hits — like “Rollercoaster” and “Blame It on the Weatherman” — then seemingly disappeared, never to be seen nor heard from again.
… Or so we thought! Find out what the talented ladies of B*Witched are actually up to today below.
After B*Witched disbanded in 2002 — first they were dropped from their label, then bandmate Sinéad O’Carroll decided to leave — Edele, who is on the right, wrote songs for other bands like Girls Aloud and Sugababes. She then reunited with her twin sister Keavy to form a duo called Barbarellas, until B*Witched got back together for a tour in 2012.
She has a pretty active Instagram account if you ever want to check in on her adventures on the Emerald Isle.
Keavy — who is on the left — left music after briefly reuniting with B*Witched in 2012. She now works as a “Humanistic Counsellor and a Reflective Therapeutic Practitioner” in Kingston upon Thames.
Armaou, the last to join B*Witched, failed to make a splash as a solo singer after the group’s split. However, she enjoyed a relatively successful stage career in England from 2009-2011, after which B*Witched reunited for a brief tour in 2012 and 2013. She’s married, and according to her active Twitter account, still acts in short films and writes songs.
O’Carroll, whose departure caused the band to disrupt — she had an emotional falling out with Edele — joined another, very short-lived girl group called Minx after the split. She rejoined the group for the tour, and is now married with two children.
According to her Twitter account, she also runs Star Academy, a school for gifted youths to study music and theater.