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The Corrs chat about new album Jupiter Calling on Good Morning Britain and they haven't aged a day

Irish Mirror logoIrish Mirror 09/11/2017 Demelza De-Burca
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Corr blimey! It’s been 20 years since the Irish pop band burst onto the music scene but sisters Andrea and Caroline have barely aged a day.

The Louth born siblings stunned viewers this morning when they made an appearance on Good Morning Britain, looking almost exactly the same as they did two decades ago.

Dressed in black and wearing a red poppy for Remembrance Day, Caroline, 44, and Andrea, 43, – named ‘Most Beautiful Girl in the World’ by American Vogue in 1998 – were in studio to chat about their new album, Jupiter Calling, which is released today. 

Fans on social media were quick to comment on their youthful looks, with one writing: “Do The Corrs even age? Tell me your secrets please!”

Another tweeted: “Those sisters are still a vision of beauty.”

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Andrea and Caroline enjoyed huge success in the Nineties in the family band alongside siblings Sharon, 47, and Jim, 52, clocking up five platinum albums and 40 million sales.

Their 1997 hit Talk On Corners was the biggest-selling album of the year notching up hits such as Breathless, What Can I Do and Only When I Sleep.

The band reunited in 2015 after a 10-year break with the album White Light back in 2015.

In a recent interview with the Independent, the sisters spoke about the difficulties of working so closely together.

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“We’ve got better over the years,” Caroline said.

“I think there’s a mental shift that happens that makes you realise the arguments can help you get where you need to be. If you’re thinking of disagreements of being entirely negative, that can bring you down.In anything, there’s always differing opinion. It’s probably just a bit more difficult for us because we are family.”

Andrea added: “There is an awful lot of history there.

“There’s what I say to you and what you understand.... I can only be responsible for what I say to you, and not for how you understand it. There’s a minefield that you have to tread carefully around.”

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