They ruined fans everywhere throughout the UK when they split in 2001.
In any case, Steps were back with a slam into Saturday night, as they rejoined at London’s G-A-Y club to ring in the New Year with their first show in over 10 years.
Driving women Claire Richards, Faye Tozer and Lisa Scott Lee unquestionably dressed to inspire in a variety of figure-embracing and sparkling gatherings, as they raged the phase with band mates Ian “H” Watkins and Lee Latchford-Evans.
Becoming the overwhelming focus was Claire Richards, 39, who looked practically unrecognisable from years passed by because of her inconceivably svelte figure.
Having recovered her certainty subsequent to slimming down from a size 20, the blonde picked a provocative semi-sheer dress.
Nipping in at her thin waste with a stout metallic belt, the skirt then firmly clung to her edge down to the fix, to display her incline legs and recently conditioned figure.
Clearing her trademark sway to the other side and including a smooth of lively coral lipstick, the Uxbridge local looked better than anyone might have expected as she made her arrival to the stage.
Clarie, who has transparently talked about her battle with her eating routine and weight throughout the years, she recently told Closer magazine she was at long last substance with her appearance.
‘It’s not rocket science how you lose weight, but maintaining it has always been my problem,’ she explained.
‘I was very shy in my 20s, I wish I felt the way I do now back then. That lack of confidence is probably why my weight has gone up and down over the years.
She: ‘I do feel more comfortable in my own skin now. I know who I am and what I want to be, whereas before I was a little bit lost.’
Putting on a similarly amazing blaze was Faye Tozer, who looked as glitzy as ever in a chic green sequinned outfit.
Cutting into a halterneck, the sparkling dress was then made saucier by an opening down the front which gave a look at her broadly long and agile legs underneath.
Cutting off at an eye watering stature at her thigh, the group left her pins in plain view for all to see as she sang her heart and danced her heart out for the loving group.
The young ladies were joined by male performers Ian “H” and Lee, who co-ordinated in shining coats and T-shirts as the gathering collaborated to play out their catalogue of works of art – including Tragedy, Deeper Shade of Blue and One For Sorrow.
Ringing in the New Year for fans before belting out their best vocals, the execution was met with perpetual commendation and energy from the club’s visitors.