90s pop group Hanson look unrecognizable in new TV appearance | Photos - petsitterbank

90s pop group Hanson look unrecognizable in new TV appearance | Photos

The MMMBop brothers shocked viewers this week when they appeared on breakfast TV, all grown up and fathers to 15 children between them.

Pop brothers Hanson looked unrecognizable as they appeared on a UK morning show this week – and they’re no longer all blond.

The American trio joined hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on the UK breakfast show this morning on Wednesday, The Sun reports.

But the nineties pop-rockers looked all grown up 25 years on from the release of their worldwide smash MMMBop.

They released six albums since their 1997 debut and now have 15 kids between them.

Lead singer Taylor, 39, has seven children with his wife Natalie, while youngest member Zac, 36, has five and oldest member Isaac, 41, has three.

The group appeared on the show to promote their new track Child At Heart – and some viewers couldn’t believe what they were seeing:

Holly admitted that she was feeling old as they took a look back at their musical success.

Speaking about their career, they said: “One of the things that made it work for us, is that it was our song – it wasn’t somebody else’s idea.”

They explained: “When you’re writing your own music, you’re thinking about it like, ‘What will my music be? What will people be getting from that?’”

The group said that they’ve each written five songs each on their new album called Red Green Blue.

The group are set to start touring, playing across Australia in November this year.

They then performed their new track and treated viewers to their classic hit MMMBop.

Last year, the group took part in The Masked Singer US as the three Russian Dolls.

Initially known as The Hanson Brothers, the band later changed the name to Hanson.

Taylor is also the lead singer of the group Tinted Windows.

As of 2019, Taylor Hanson’s net worth was $US20 million ($A27 million), and Hanson’s album Middle of Nowhere earned almost $US9 million when it was released in 1997.

This story originally appeared on The Sun and is republished here with permission


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