‘As if these are the same people!’ Hanson shock GMB fans as they unveil grown-up image 20 YEARS after MmmBop

By | May 30, 2017


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They du-bopped and mmm-bopped their way to fame back in the late 1990s, but Hanson are back two whole decades after the release of their first single – and they couldn’t look more different.

The American brothers – Isaac, Taylor and Zac, who were aged between 16 and and 11 when they released Mmmbop in 1997 – have remained active musicians over the last 20 years, but have also been busy in a whole different arena, as they now have 12 children between them.

And some of their offspring are the stars of Hanson’s new music video, I Was Born.

Hanson – Taylor, Zac and Isaac – in September 1998 (Photo: Reuters)
And the (grown up) boys today! (Photo: ITV)

Youngest brother Zac, now 31, has undergone the biggest change, with his long blond hair chopped off and styled into a darker swept-back style.

And his older brothers also look very different 20 years on from their teenage heartthrob selves.

“AS IF THIS IS HANSON!!!!! I know it’s been 20 years but jesus Christ, they look like different people,” tweeted one shocked GMB viewer.

“I can’t get over it!”

The brothers are releasing new music, and have roped in their own children to help make the video (Photo: ITV)
Viewers couldn’t believe how different Zac, now 31, looks (Photo: ITV)

“Hanson on GMB and now I’m suddenly feeling old,” wrote another.

The band are having a second shot at fame with their latest musical endeavour, which features some of their children playing the drums, strumming guitars and singing along to the lyrics of their new single I Was Born.

Speaking about the new track to People magazine, Zac explained: “Featuring our own kids made sense because we knew they would share an honest performance.

“We loved the fact that it added another dimension to the story of pursuing our dreams for the last 25 years.”

The three brothers have a greatest hits album coming out in September (Photo: ITV)
Hanson have now been together for a quarter of a century (Photo: Reuters)

The track will feature on Hanson’s upcoming greatest hits album Middle Of Everywhere, out in September.

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