Bridgerton fans shocked as noughties popstar appears in Queen Charlotte spin-off – did you spot him? | The Sun
NETFLIX fans were left baffled after spotting a huge noughties pop star in the cast of Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story.
Lemar looked worlds away from his days on Fame Academy as he appeared as a lord on the Bridgerton spin off.
The singer sported long hair, which was pulled back into ponytail and wore a dark red coat over a floral silk waistcoat.
Lemar, 45, wore a frilly necktie and as he stood beside his lady on the period drama.
Confused by the If There's Any Justice hitmaker's cameo, one fan worte: "Lemar being in Queen Charlotte (Brigerton) was so random. I had to double take lol."
"Lol I think I spotted Lemar. So happy for him. I used to be such a big fan," another wrote, while a third added: "Seeing @Lemar on queen Charlotte. I had to rewind…I KNEW THAT WAS HIM!!! KNEW IT!!"
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Many commented on how Lemar has kept his handsome looks and "hasn't aged a day".
"Lemar is just refusing to age #QueenCharlotte," while a second added: "Btw did i see Lemar in Queen charlotte? That man hasn't aged a day".
The music star first rose to fame in 2002 when he competed in the first ever series of Fame Academy.
Back in February, Lemar, previously confirmed on Good Morning that he developed tinnitus.
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The condition involves hearing either a ringing or buzzing sound in your ear that comes from inside the body.
But upon making an appearance at the Urban Music Awards, he opened up on his "challenging" condition.
He exclusively told The Sun: "For a while it was challenging.
"Because you have to get used to the fact that, you know, the sound will never go away.
"But luckily, my version of it, in a [busy] place like this I can’t hear it.
"If the rooms silent, then it becomes .. you can’t really see beyond.
He was then asked if the condition impacted his day to day life, to which Lemar candidly reflected that his condition gave him anxiety at first.
"It's just the initial realisation takes some getting used too.
"You think, Oh, is this how it's gonna be? So you got you know, you got a bit of anxiety around that.
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"After a while you think Alright, cool, get on with it, you have to go with it."
Lemar is gearing up for his seventh studio album, which he is set to release later in 2023.
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