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Edele Lynch from B*Witched is coming to a Norwich club

PUBLISHED: 13:07 27 September 2018 | UPDATED: 12:32 08 October 2018

Edele Lynch arriving to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house at Elstree Studios, Borehamwood, at the start of the latest series of the Channel 5 programme in 2014. Picture: PA Archive/PA Images

Edele Lynch arriving to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house at Elstree Studios, Borehamwood, at the start of the latest series of the Channel 5 programme in 2014. Picture: PA Archive/PA Images

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Get ready for a rollercoaster of a night as Edele from girlband B*Witched is coming to the city.

Say you will be at Popworld in Prince of Wales Road this Saturday as the Irish singer-songwriter performs live in the club.

The group, which also consisted of twin sister Keavy Lynch, Lindsay Armaou and Sinéad O’Carroll, enjoyed chart success in the 90s with hits including C’est la Vie, Rollercoaster and To You I Belong.

The group split in 2002 and in 2012 the four-piece got back together to take part in the ITV2 reality series The Big Reunion, alongside Atomic Kitten, Liberty X and 5ive.

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Edele also won Celebrity Apprentice Island in 2013 and finished sixth in Celebrity Big Brother 2014.

Irish girl pop band Bewitched at Drayton Manor Park, in Staffordshire. in 2001. L-R : Lindsay Armaou, Keavy Jane Lynch, Edele Lynch and Sinead O'Carroll. Picture: PA Archive/PA ImagesIrish girl pop band Bewitched at Drayton Manor Park, in Staffordshire. in 2001. L-R : Lindsay Armaou, Keavy Jane Lynch, Edele Lynch and Sinead O'Carroll. Picture: PA Archive/PA Images

Popworld opened in late August in the former home of Lost nightclub in the city on Friday night after a £500,000 investment.

The pop-themed nightclub first began in Southampton and hosts 90s nostalgia and cheese nights.

Edele Lynch will be in Popworld on Saturday, September 29 with the club open from 10pm to 4am

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