This Morning viewers barely recognise Tulisa Contostavlos as N-Dubz return

N-Dubz singer Tulisa Contostavlos looked barely recognisable during a guest appearance on This Morning.

The 34-year-old artist and former X Factor judge was interviewed on the ITV daytime show on Friday alongside her co-stars Fazer, real name Richard Rawson, and her cousin Dappy, real name Costadinos Contostavlos.

Presenters Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary started their chat by expressing shock at how they all looked ‘exactly the same’ since going on hiatus 12 years ago.

‘What is your secret?’ Alison, 48, asked, to which Frazer, 36, said: ‘Water, drink lots of water, and sleep.’

However, viewers couldn’t keep their eyes off Tulisa’s youthful visage with many confused as to whether it was really ‘her’ or not sitting on the sofa.

Taking to Twitter, one wrote: ‘I stan Tulisa’s Cher glow up 😍’

Meanwhile, another asked: ‘Why does Tulisa not look like Tulisa?’

Echoing a similar sentiment, a third said: ‘Tulisa looks like a completely different person’

During her appearance on This Morning, Tulisa revealed she was ‘hesitant’ at first to get back on the stage and to perform again.

‘I think another reason I was nervous is because back in the day, I would always have a whiskey shot for Dutch courage, but now I’m teetotal,’ she continued.

‘So I was a bit nervous but it was like second nature.’

Hip hop group N-Dubz announced the end of their decade-long hiatus on social media earlier in May 2022.

Their surprise return was followed by the release of new single Charmer and a tour, which kicked off in November.

In 2009, they hit number one on the UK singles chart with Number One, a collaboration with Tinchy Stryder.

The group originally announced plans for a two-year hiatus to focus on their solo careers in 2011 but didn’t release new material until last year.

This Morning airs weekdays from 10am on ITV.

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