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Noughties girlband icon shunned fame and launches unexpected 'normal job'

Noughties singer Louise Fudge has ditched fame and the music industry for a 'normal' lifestyle.

Louise, who was one-third of Supersister, now runs her own hairdressing salon on the Wirral.

Supersister were TV regulars and their track Coffee landed the top 20 in October 2000 at number 16.

Louise and her bandmates Tina Peacock and Eleanor Phillips released another single titled Shopping shortly after.

But the band weren't meant to be, and Louise now works as a hairdresser.

She celebrated a nomination for the English Hair and Beauty Awards in Manchester.

And in 2017 her salon Louise Fudge Hair and Beauty was nominated for Hair Salon of the Year.

Louise Fudge now owns her own salon after giving up music (Facebook)
She was one part of Supersister in the early 2000s (Facebook)

At the time of her nomination, she said: "To be recognised at such prestigious awards such as The English Hair and Beauty Awards is such an honour.

"We are a little over a year old, but clients voted and, along with our excellent reviews, we have been shortlisted."

She added: "I always wanted to create a salon that I would like to go to myself ... This is a great boost to Little Sutton village."

"I have lived in Sheffield, London and Los Angeles and have come back here with my family. I am enthusiastic about creating a better village," she added.

Her pride and joy is based in Little Sutton in Ellesmere Port and was rated five stars by the Good Salon Guide.

She has received plenty of award nominations for her salon (Facebook)
Louise has lived everywhere from Sheffield, Los Angeles and now the Wirral (Press Association)

She recently shared a video of her giving her dad highlights as he enjoyed a trip to the salon.

She captioned the clip: "Men have colour too!! And you wouldn’t even know!!

"Blonding and blending… this is my Dad and he has always let me do a little bit of blurring in the most natural way. At 85 years old he’s an absolute legend."

It seems that the noughties are making a comeback, as Busted is set to reunite to celebrate the band's 20th anniversary.

Matt Willis, Charlie Simpson and James Bourne are back for a nationwide tour from September to take a trip down memory lane.

Fellow 00s band Busted are making a come back (Dave J Hogan/Getty Images for Warner Music)

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James told The Sun: "It’s out of this world that we get to do this and we couldn’t be more excited about it. It’s going to be wicked.”

When Charlie was asked if he regretted leaving the band, he said: "No. On that day I didn’t. I’m glad that we split up at the time because it allowed us to do this and come back together.”

Matt added: "Now it feels like how it’s meant to feel. It’s like the very beginning again. Right now it feels like it’s barely even begun.”

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