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Nineties R&B star has barely aged a day 25 years after finding fame in hit group-Laura Harman-Entertainment – Metro

She looks fantastic!

Nineties R&B star has barely aged a day 25 years after finding fame in hit group-Laura Harman-Entertainment – Metro

The nineties artist looks just as good today as she did then (Picture: Instagram/shamaridevoe)

R&B singer Shamari DeVoe has barely aged in the past few decades and fans cannot believe she is in her mid-forties.

The 44-year-old artist, formerly known as Shamari Fears, shared some sweet life updates on her social media, showing off her flawless wrinkle-free skin.

On Instagram, the singer joined her husband as he was inducted into the Boys and Girls Club Hall of Fame class 2024. She was dressed to the nines and looked amazing as she shared this moment with followers.

Fans were quick to compliment the star who looked exactly the same as she did at the height of her fame.

‘It must be hard being GORGEOUS your whole life. It’s like you get even more beautiful with each passing year. 😍😍😍,’ commented teri4life.

‘Face card never declines🔥🔥🔥 & congrats,’ said africa.357.

The singer is now in her forties (Picture: Instagram/shamaridevoe)

Shamari with Blaque in 1999 (Picture: Raymond Boyd/Getty Images)

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Shamari is best known for being a member of the girl band Blaque who had a hit song, Bring It All to Me featuring NSYNC.

The singer also appeared with her bandmates in the film Bring It On alongside Gabrielle Union and Kirsten Dunst.

Shamari played Lava, a member of the Clovers cheerleading squad. Although she was portraying a teenager in this film from the 90s, she still looked pretty much the same as she does now!

The star looked fantastic in Bring It On (Picture: Bring It On / Universal)

The singer had barely aged since her film appearance (Picture: Ken Jacques/ Universal /Beacon /Kobal /Rex/ Shutterstock)

Shamaripictured with husband Ronnie DeVoe earlier this year (Picture: Getty Images North America)

The I’m Good singer is still a member of the girl pop group. The band performed in Houston earlier this month and still gig together from time to time.

The trio is now a duo consisting of Shamari and fellow vocalist Brandi Williams. Their bandmate, Natina Reed, who completed their trio sadly passed away in 2012.

Natina was just two days away from her 32nd birthday when she was in a car accident in Georgia and pronounced dead at the scene.

Shamari and Brandi have continued to pay tribute to their late bandmate and frequently discuss the legacy that she has left behind.

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