Hanson send GMB viewers into meltdown with 'unrecognisable' appearance

Hanson are back with a brand new single, but a lot has changed over the past twenty years.

Hanson stormed the charts with their number one hit ‘MMMBop’ twenty years ago (Photo: Charles Sykes/REX/Shutterstock)

The American brothers – Isaac, 36, Taylor, 34, and Zac, 31 – looked unrecognisable from their ‘MMMbop’ days as they joined Eamonn Holmes and Charlotte Hawkins on Good Morning Britain yesterday.

All grown up and sharing a total of 12 children between them, it’s safe to say the floppy-haired pop-rockers have lost their baby-faced looks over the last two decades, leaving fans wondering whether they’ve been replaced.

Cue the conspiracy theory brigade:

The band are having a second shot in the spotlight with the release of their brand new single ‘I Was Born’, which features some of their kids playing instruments and singing along to the lyrics.

Speaking about the new track, Zac said: “We wrote this song because it’s something that really connects us to our fans and is about being in a band for so long.

“For this song, we really envisioned a childlike aspect when we were trying to make it visual.

The trio (Issac, left, Taylor, centre, and Zac, right) stunned fans with their GMB appearance on Tuesday (Photo: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock)

“We wanted kids in the video. So we used our own!”

Taylor added: “Our kids have seen how much we’ve worked and we love that they are part of this.”

Good Morning Britain is on ITV, weekdays at 6am.

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