FORMER Big Brother star Helen Adams looked almost unrecognisable as she stepped out in Bristol.
Two decades after she rose to fame on the second instalment on the iconic Channel 4 reality series, emerged from her quiet life away from the spotlight.
Helen attempted to appear low-key as she was dressed in an all-black casual ensemble.
She covered up in a baggy hoodie, black joggers and matching black trainers as she clasped her car keys.
The former Big Brother star appeared mostly fresh faced but she still sports her iconic blonde locks.
Helen first rose to prominence when she was a housemate in the second series of Big Brother in 2001.
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She cemented her celebrity status due to the relationship with fellow co-star Paul Clarke in the house.
The on-screen partnership with the Reading car designer captured the interest if the nation.
Millions of fans tuned into the show to keep track of their developing romance.
Viewers may remember her spontaneous personality and quick nature where she had a tendency to blurt out the first thought to come into her mind.
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Her quirks were labelled as "Helenisms," as she quickly gained a cult following for the soap-opera type behaviour of the house.
Her catchphrases such as, "I like blinking, I do," gained her a cult following with the British public and iconic housemate status.
Although she was an early favourite for eviction for the bookies, she ended up reaching the final.
With over 2.5million votes, she was the year's runner up, only loosing out to Brian Dowling who received over 4 million votes.
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