Nineties pop icon looks completely different over 20 years after ditching UK

One of the most recognisable voices of pop music in the 1990s looks completely different from her heyday.

Ann Lee had a string of commercial hits after she lended her voice to Eurodance stompers including "2 Times" and "Voices".

"2 Times" became her biggest hit worldwide, making the top ten in the charts in Austalia, Austria, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand and Norway.

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In the UK, the charts were dominated by the pop tune, reaching No.2 on the singles chart in 1994.

She also had a hand in writing one of the biggest tracks of the decades – "Rhythm of the Night", performed by Italian trance group Corona.

And it seems that she has shown no signs of stopping as she continues to tour the world.

Some 20 years after her biggest hits were released, Sheffield-born Ann lives it up in Italy with her 18-year-old son

Ann, whose full name is Annerley Gordon, posted a series of snaps to her social media, where she rocked a frilly blonde hairstyle.

In one snap whilst performing in Brazil, she looked stunning as she rocked a tight-fitting green velvet corset that perfectly accentuated her figure.

She seemed to beam with joy as she smiled on a balcony adding some extra colour to her gorgeous natural tan.

To complement the top of her look, she paired the corset with a sleek pair of skinny jeans and a pair of black boots.

Ann continues to have a career in music, regularly playing 90s music festivals across the world.

She also continues to work as a singer-songwriter, who has written songs and given vocals to countless tracks under different names.

Her own music is also continuing to today, having released her newest track "Break Through" earlier this year.

The only time that the hit vocalist stopped her musical aspirations was to give birth to her baby son in 2005.

She explained that she took the time off to create a bond with her boy, adding it was "fundamental" for the mother to be there for her child.

"I would never have never given him to a nanny to go on tour – in my opinion the two just don’t mix," she said.

"Having said that, some mums just have to but I was lucky enough to have some time off – and I’d certainly do it again if necessary".

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