B*WITCHED singer Lindsay Armaou looked unrecognisable as she starred in the hit Netflix series Stay Close.
Lindsay shot to fame along with her other bandmates Edele and Keavy Lynch and Sinéad O’Carroll with some of their smash hits like C’est La Vie and Blame It On The Weatherman.
The band was first formed in 1998 when Edele and Keavy decided to start a group with their friend Sinead.
However, they knew they were missing someone and Lindsay later auditioned for a spot in the band and won them over with an original song.
B*Witched enjoyed huge success worldwide, becoming the first act in history to have their first four singles debut at number one in the UK.
However, in 2002 after their huge success and touring all over the world the band decided to split and Lindsay took a seven-year hiatus.
In 2012 she returned to the limelight as she dipped her hand in acting as she starred as Sister Georgina in the British indie crime thriller, Two Days in the Smoke alongside Matt Di Angelo, Stephen Marcus and Alan Ford.
More recently fans saw the singer star as Marlene Flynn in the hit Netflix series Stay Close.
Stay Close is a British mystery drama miniseries following the lives of a photojournalist, a soccer mom and a homicide detective and how they become interconnected.
Lindsay took to her Twitter when it was released on the streaming platform to share her joy at its release.
She said: “It’s out today on Netflix!! I had so much fun doing this. Thanks to
@REDProductionCo and all the team for a great experience. #NewYearseve #stayingin #netflix #crime #drama.”
Her followers flooded her replies with love for her latest role as they said they can’t wait to see her in the series.
Ian tweeted saying: “I’ll have to give this a watch. Hope you’re well.”
Carl said: “Will definitely add this to the watchlist Lindsay. Happy New year to you and your family.”
One follower wrote: “Gonna tuck into this later! Well done Lindsay, I’m so proud of you.”
While Gavin also tweeted saying: “So pumped to see this!”
Lindsay’s bandmate Sinead took to her Instagram after the series was released to say that she is very proud of her friend.
Sharing a clip from the series on her social media she captioned it saying: “So proud @lindsayarmaou this is very exciting hopefully the start of many more. New @netflixuk launched today. #stayclose #drama #harlancoben @redproductionco check it out peeps.”
Source: The Sun