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Ever wondered what some of your favorite one-hit-wonders from the 2000s look like now? Well, we have the photos for you to see! 

The early 2000s were full of amazing pop songs, and some of the prettiest teen singers with sweet dance moves. Here is a few of our favorite girls from this awesome decade, and what they look like now!

Samantha Mumba

Samantha Mumba had a smash with her 2000 song "Gotta Tell You," and did release other singles that were mildly successful but none as much as this jam. It spent 21 weeks on the Billboard 100 chart and was her most successful single released. It was even included on the Now That's What I Call Music! 6 CD.

Samantha Then:
Samantha Now:

Samantha is a new mother! Giving birth a little more than a month ago. Motherhood seems to suit her well.

Stacey Orrico

Stacey Orrico signed her first recording contract when she was only 12 years old. Her sophomore album debuted at number 52 on the Billboard 200 chart and gave us the singles "Stuck" and "(There's Gotta Be) More To Life." I remember the first time I heard the single "Stuck" and the song spoke to my 8th grade mind. It was also included on the Now That's What I Call Music! 14 CD.

Stacie Orrico Then:
Stacie Orrico Now:

Stacie Orrico hasn't been active on social media lately, her most recent Facebook update is from November of 2014. But here's what she looks like now. She doesn't seem to age!

Willa Ford

I am not ashamed to say when Willa Ford came out, I wanted to be bad with her! I bought the CD, and I still sing "Prince Charming" for the part at the end where she names off hot celebs from the time. It takes me back. Willa even dated one of the hottest singer in the early 2000s...Nick Carter from the Backstreet Boys!

Willa Then:
Willa Now:

 Fefe Dobson

Fefe Dobson was my one favorite of the pop stars back in the 2000s, mostly because she never wanted to be a pop star. Candian singer Fefe was originally signed to Jive Records, but when she realized they wanted her to be another Britney Spears, she refused. She was dropped and then signed by Island/Def Jam records. She released her self-titled debut and her song "Take Me Away" blew me away. I was so happy to see someone who looked like me, rocking out and not caring what was popular at the time. I still wish she would have had better success in the United States.

Fefe Then:
Fefe Now:

Fefe Dobson is still releasing albums, her latest "Firebird" came out in February of 2014. She is also currently engaged to American rapper Yelawolf, who will be performing in El Paso in July.