She soared to fame within the Eighties as a part of an all-female pop rock band.
With a string of hits to their title, the group dominated the charts and went on to launch 25 singles and 5 studio albums.
But regardless of residing the lifetime of a rockstar, this well-known singer seemed extremely youthful as she marked her sixty fifth birthday this month.
After filming a makeup-free video, followers – and her very well-known buddies – flooded the feedback with compliments as they marvelled at her beauty.
However have you learnt who it’s?
This legendary Eighties singer despatched her followers and well-known buddies wild as she confirmed off her youthful appears in an Instagram video to have fun turning 65 – however do YOU know who it’s?
That is proper, it is The Bangles star Susanna Hoffs!
Marking her birthday on January 17, the Everlasting Flame hitmaker shared a fresh-faced video from her dwelling.
She mentioned within the clip I am 65! Time marches on nevertheless it’s all good.’
Gesturing to her remarkably clean visage, she continued: ‘no make-up. It is gonna be okay. Getting older is okay it truly is. Older and wiser.’
Followers had been fast to flood the feedback part with compliments, telling her she was ‘ageing like a advantageous wine.’
Susanna’s celeb buddies additionally received in on the motion, with Michelle Pfeiffer, 65, penning: ’65 years of awesomeness.’
Julianne Moore, 63, and Lisa Snowdon, 52, commented with coronary heart emojis, whereas Bobbi Brown shared: ‘You might be fab. I’m 66. It’s all good.’
Holly Robinson Peete, 59, added: ‘You look lovely!’ whereas singer Imelda Could, 49, shared: ‘You might be so lovely in and out. Comfortable Birthday! XX’
It is The Bangles star Susanna Hoffs! With a string of hits to their title, the group dominated the charts and went on to disclose 25 singles and 5 studio albums (pictured within the 80s)
The Bangles soared to fame within the Eighties as a profitable all-female pop rock band (L-R Vicki Peterson, Susanna and Michael Steele within the 80s)
Followers had been fast to flood the feedback part with compliments, telling her she was ‘ageing like a advantageous wine’ whereas Susanna’s celeb buddies additionally received in on the motion
Susanna nonetheless continues to tour with The Bangles after they reunited within the late nineties.
The band recorded their final album Sweetheart of the Solar in 2011.
Regardless of having fun with a lot success, the four-piece break up in 1990 however later reunited for 1999’s Austin Energy’s flick, recording Get The Lady for the movement image.
Following from the discharge, they loved a tour within the early 2000’s and recorded a brand new album Doll Revolution, which inevitability noticed bandmate Michael Steele go away the group as soon as and for all.
The band scored a number of hit singles with Maniac Monday and Stroll Like An Egyptian all through the many years.
But Susanna just lately revealed that arguably one in every of their most well-known songs, Everlasting Flame was practically by no means launched after the opposite Bangles member’s rejected the track.
The American singer-songwriter defined that her bandmates Vicki Peterson and her sister Debbi and Micki Steele did not need it included on the third album.
She advised The Mirror: ‘The band rejected that track, and I used to be bereft over it, I used to be like mortified.
‘I had taken the cassette of Everlasting Flame in every single place with me, asking folks if I might present them the brand new track I’d simply written.’
Susanna nonetheless continues to tour with The Bangles after they reunited within the late nineties. The band recorded their final album Sweetheart of the Solar in 2011 (pictured in 2003)
She continued: ‘I used to be actually enthusiastic about it, however then we had this band assembly about our third album, All the things, and it was rejected.
‘There have been 4 members of the band and everyone received three songs on the album, it was very conscripted, virtually nervousness inducing.
‘Then midway by the making of album, our final report within the 80s, the producer mentioned, “You recognize what, Sue? I feel Everlasting Flame needs to be on the report”.
‘And I am like, “Sure! Please, please'”.