Paul Marazzi, Mark Read, Ben Adams and Christian Ingebrigtsen achieved huge success [Getty]
a1 was one of the biggest bands of the nineties.
The pop band – Christian Ingebrigtsen, Mark Read, Ben Adams and Paul Marazzi – sold over 10 million records.
Their hits included Take On Me, and Same Old Brand New You, and they won a BRIT award for Best Newcomer in 2001.
And heart-throb Ben Adams recently took to Twitter, hinting they could be making another come back, Tweeting a photo to his 59k followers of the band together along with the caption: “And so begins album no.6?”
Ben Adams was a pop icon [Rex]
Heart throb Ben Adams – with his iconic curtains and baby face – also won a Smash Hits award, as Most Fanciable Male.
Sadly the band split in 2002 after Paul left, and the rest of the members took an extended break.
Ben then went on to take part in the sixth series of Celebrity Big Brother, back in 2009, finishing in sixth place.
Back in 2012, he took part in Skal Vi Danse – the Norwegian version of Strictly Come Dancing, where he came second.
Ben Adams has undergone a radical transformation since his A1 days [Instagram/ Ben Adams]
Ben has now also had a complete image overhaul, and has really buffed up to become a TOTAL hunk.
In 2014, a1 appeared on the ITV series The Big Reunion, alongside other bans such as Eternal, Girl Thing and Damage.
Last year Ben and a1 toured the world, and he still continues to record music.
His latest album, available online, is called Change.
Ben Adams has really buffed up since A1 [Instagram/ Ben Adams]
He also recently appeared in Aladdin, in Manchester, alongside Loose Women’s Sherrie Hewson.