British boy band Five were everywhere in the ’90s. Here’s what their lives look like now.

British boy bands are my bread and butter. And you best believe Five is well up there in the boy band stakes. 

Five (sometimes referred to as 5ive, cos that was cool in the ’90s) consisted of members Sean Conlon, Ritchie Neville, Scott Robinson, Abz Love and Jason “J” Brown.

They were formed in 1997 by the same team that actually managed the Spice Girls before they launched their career. And with around 20 million albums sold worldwide, the boy band did pretty well for themselves, with absolute tunes such as ‘When the Lights Go Out’, ‘If Ya Gettin Down’ and ‘Keep On Movin’.

22 years since disbanding, here’s what the group’s lives look like now from a reunion to struggles with fame.  

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Sean Conlon from Five now.

Conlon was the first one to leave the band back in the day.

He said to The Guardian that the reason behind that decision was mental health related. 

“I found it hard being away from my family. I was only 15 when I left, so I used to cry quite a bit. I was a child and felt totally overwhelmed. I’d do signings in shops and could barely look up at the fans. The boys knew I was struggling,” he explained.