Comic Relief viewers went wild for 90s girl band B*witched as they performed on the Red Nose Day fundraiser on Friday.

The Irish pop group – twin sisters Edele, 43, and Keavy Lynch, 43, Lindsay Armaou, 44, and Sinéad O’Carroll, 49 – were one of the musical acts to perform on the television charity event this year.

They were seen performing with dancers dressed in green four leaf clover costumes and Guinness beer outfits today, which was St. Patrick’s Day, the traditional death date of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland.

Girl group B*witched left fans delighted as they appeared on screen, with some claiming they were ‘screaming’ and dancing around their living rooms.

Others noted they looked just as youthful as they did when they rose to fame in 1998 while other devotees remarked about their talent for dancing in high heels.

Born to perform: Comic Relief viewers went wild for 90s girl band B*witched as they performed on the Red Nose Day fundraiser on Friday

Born to perform: Comic Relief viewers went wild for 90s girl band B*witched as they performed on the Red Nose Day fundraiser on Friday

Making music: The Irish pop group - twin sisters Edele, 43, and Keavy Lynch, 43, Lindsay Armaou, 44, and Sinéad O'Carroll, 49 - were one of the musical acts to perform this year (pictured 1998)

Making music: The Irish pop group – twin sisters Edele, 43, and Keavy Lynch, 43, Lindsay Armaou, 44, and Sinéad O’Carroll, 49 – were one of the musical acts to perform this year (pictured 1998)

Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: ‘Watching #ComicRelief and #bewitched are performing, what sort of sorcery do they use, because they have not aged at all and they have just done an Irish jig in stilettos! I fall over when I put on just one heeled shoe.’

Someone else posted: ‘Bewitched on Comic Relief! When I say I SCREAMED!!! #RedNoseDay #ComicRelief.’

‘I have reached peak tragic. Doing the Bewitched dance on my own at home in front of the tv in my pjs!’, shared another viewer.

Someone else tweeted: ‘Living my best life to Bewitched, not gonna lie.’

While another fan posted: ‘Bewitched, I so waited for the “I fight like my da”. They included it. Brilliant!’

‘Not sure #BeWitched sang that well live back in the day! Brilliant,’ shared another viewer. 

B*Witched also left This Morning viewers stunned over their youthful appearance on Friday. 

Sisters Edele, 43, and Keavy Lynch, 43, Lindsay Armaou, 44, and Sinéad O’Carroll, 49, joined daytime hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary.

Fan following: Girl group B*witched left fans delighted as they appeared on screen, with some claiming they were 'screaming' and dancing around their living rooms

Fan following: Girl group B*witched left fans delighted as they appeared on screen, with some claiming they were ‘screaming’ and dancing around their living rooms

Viewers couldn’t believe the ‘ageless’ looks of the pop star sisters and delighted at seeing them back on screens.

One fan of the show tweeted: ‘How do b*witched look better than they did 25 years ago!’ with another adding: ‘B*Witched also look f**king incredible. #thismorning.’ 

During their time on the show, Alison said: ‘We are joined by Edele, Keavy, Linsay and Sinead. You’ll know them best – as we all know them – as B*witched.’ 

A clip of their iconic hit C’est La Vie was played, after which, Dermot said: ‘Look at that. It looks like it was yesterday.’

‘It does feel like yesterday, but we look so young!’ insisted the popstars.

Alison admitted: ‘I just looked at my paper, the script, and it says ”25 years ago” this all started. I was like ”are you joking?” 

Wow! On Friday, B*Witched left This Morning viewers stunned over their youthful appearance (Pictured L-R:  Keavy Lynch, 43, Sinéad O'Carroll, 49, Edele Lynch, 43, Lindsay Armaou, 44)

Wow! On Friday, B*Witched left This Morning viewers stunned over their youthful appearance (Pictured L-R:  Keavy Lynch, 43, Sinéad O’Carroll, 49, Edele Lynch, 43, Lindsay Armaou, 44)

Family: The sisters have been performing together for over 25 years (Pictured in 1999)

Family: The sisters have been performing together for over 25 years (Pictured in 1999)

Back on the box: B*witched joined daytime hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary

Back on the box: B*witched joined daytime hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary

‘You don’t even look 25! I am serious. Seriously.’ 

Moving on, the TV host asked B*witched: ‘But what are the highlights? What have been your highlights?’

Edele responded: ‘The highlights over the 25 years? I think it has got to be doing your own tour. Doing our own tour and you build the stage set and you write the whole thing.’

The band also confessed that they believe they’ve been together for 25 years because ‘unlike other bands’ they put themselves together, rather than being selected by a management team.

After chatting to Dermot and Alison, the group performed a rendition of C’est La Vie, much to the delight of viewers.  

Stunning: Viewers couldn't believe the 'ageless' looks of the pop star sisters and delighted at seeing them back on screens (Pictured: Adele)

Stunning: Viewers couldn't believe the 'ageless' looks of the pop star sisters and delighted at seeing them back on screens (Pictured: Keavy)

Stunning: Viewers couldn’t believe the ‘ageless’ looks of the pop star sisters and delighted at seeing them back on screens (Pictured left: Adele, Pictured right: Keavy)

Loving it! After chatting to Dermot and Alison, the group performed a rendition of C'est La Vie, much to the delight of viewers (Pictured: Sinead)

Loving it! After chatting to Dermot and Alison, the group performed a rendition of C’est La Vie, much to the delight of viewers (Pictured: Sinead)

Beautiful: Fans of the daytime TV show were in awe over the pop stars' youthful looks (Pictured: Lindsay)

Beautiful: Fans of the daytime TV show were in awe over the pop stars’ youthful looks (Pictured: Lindsay)

The Irish group are also known for other hits, including Rollercoaster, To You I Belong, Blame It on the Weatherman and Champagne and Guinness. 

B*witched have been friends since their teenage years and plan to celebrate the anniversary with a soon to be announced tour. 

In 2001, while third album was in the works, the girls received a phone call from their manager telling them their record label had dropped them. 

A year later, with no record deal in sight, Sinead left the band, and the group split officially a year later before reuniting in 2012 for ITV2 reality show The Big Reunion, and performing together ever since.

Pop stars: The group ruled the charts between 1997 and 2002 with their hits including C'est La Vie which went on to make them the youngest girl group to have a UK#1 (pictured in 1999)

Pop stars: The group ruled the charts between 1997 and 2002 with their hits including C’est La Vie which went on to make them the youngest girl group to have a UK#1 (pictured in 1999)



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