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Paul Cattermole is best known for being one of the star singers of hugely-popular early 2000s band S Club 7.
But now the once brunette star is rocking long grey locks he ties up into a “genie” ponytail as he made his return to social media this week.
Following a year away from his Instagram page, Paul shared a selfie with fans as he grinned to the camera with a pair of aviator sunglasses on.
He was also wearing a white T-shirt with a cartoon print and blue font, and sported a grey fuzzy beard to match his long locks.
"Genie Hair #nofilter," he captioned the new snap.
Paul showed his long hair was tied up in a messy bun that had slid free into a ponytail.
Fans took to the comments to praise the star for his candid post and encouraged him to stay on social media.
One fan posted: “Still would” next to a laughing emoji and a heart eyes emoji.
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While another declared: “Suits you!"
"GuruPaul. looks good man!" a third enthused.
Paul was part of S Club 7 alongside bandmates Rachel Stevens, Hannah Spearritt, Jo O’Meara, Tina Barrett, Jon Lee and Bradley McIntosh.
The group were created by former Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller and featured banging tunes such as Reach for the Stars, Bring It All Back and Don’t Stop Moving.
Since the band parted ways, the rest of the stars have had various TV gigs and made appearances over the years.
Jo entered Celebrity Big Brother, and Hannah had a recent role on EastEnders.
Rachel went on to have a successful solo career and continues to have comebacks in music.
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