BBC Breakfast viewers left open-mouthed by Denise Pearson's ageless appearance | The Sun

BBC BREAKFAST viewers were in for a treat when Denise Pearson was welcomed onto the sofa.

However they were left open-mouthed when she made her highly-publicised appearance on the publicly funded corporation's flagship morning show.

Denise, 55, was best known as the lead singer of the British pop/R&B group Five Star.

Comprised of siblings Stedman, Lorraine, Denise, Doris and Delroy Pearson, they were put together by their father and manager, Buster Pearson, who modelled them in the style of the Jackson 5

They were popular in the 80's and from 1985 until 1988, the band had four top-20 albums and 15 top-40 singles in the UK.

They were known for their hit tracks including System Addict in 1986, Stay Out of My Life from 1987 and The Slightest Touch.


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The Romford group also won the 1987 Brit Award for Best British Group.

Decades later, Denise appeared on BBC Breakfast with Naga Munchetty, 48, and Charlie Stayt, 61, to discuss the group's 40th anniversary.

She showed off her stunning figure in a skin-tight red striped body-con dress as she promoted the band's celebrations, which include an upcoming gig in London and a new remix album.

However, viewers took to social media in their droves as they were completely stunned by her glowing look.

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One viewer gushed: "I absolutely loved five star and can’t believe it’s been 40 years since they have been in the industry they were meant to be the new Jackson Five how incredible does Denise Pearson look ❤️❤️ #BBCBreakfast."

Another wrote: "Looks better now than back then. #bbcbreakfast."

"5 Star, now there brings back some memories," penned a third.

As a fourth fan commented: "Had a mad crush on Denise years back #BBCBreakfast."

And a fifth added: "Five star takes me right back, brilliant," alongside a string of emojis.

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