What a transformation! Heidi Range is unrecognisable as she takes to stage for The War of the Worlds opening night
When she was a member of the Sugababes she mastered the art of making heads turn.
Channelling that gift on Friday evening, Heidi Range made audience members at the Dominion Theatre in London do a double-take.
Starring in The War of the Worlds, Range, 32, was almost unrecognisable in the spotlight as she took on the role of Beth.
What a transformation! Heidi Range was unrecognisable on Friday during The War of the Worlds opening night
Who's that girl? The 32-year-old singer takes on the role of Beth in Jeff Wayne's much-loved musical
Dressed in period costume, Heidi looked completely different thanks to her hair and make-up.
Having thoroughly enjoyed taking to the spotlight, Heidi took to her Twitter account to thank those who came to watch the show.
She tweeted: 'Such a great audience tonight @twotwofficial really enjoyed the show. Excited to get home now to my hub and pug ❤️ #goodday x'.
In previous years, the role of Beth has been portrayed by Carrie Hope Fletcher, Liz McClarnon and Jennifer Ellison.
How she was: The Liverpool native shot to fame in 2001 as a member of the Sugababes
All star cast: Range stars alongside Jimmy Nail, Michael Praed, David Essex and Madalena Alberto
'Really enjoyed the show': After the preview, Heidi took to Twitter to thank the audience
West End debut: In previous years, the role of Beth has been portrayed by Liz McClarnon and Jennifer Ellison
Jeff Wayne’s The War Of The Worlds opened at the West End's Dominion Theatre on February 8 and sees Range perform alongside an all-star cast.
In the stage production Daniel Bedingfield makes his return to showbusiness as he takes on the role of The Artilleryman.
Mega-star Liam Neeson makes a guest appearance as well in 3D holography during the show.
His return to showbusiness: Chart-topping singer Daniel Bedingfield is also in the play as The Artilleryman
New look: For the role of The Artilleryman, Bedingfield sports an on-trend designer beard
Taking the lead: The evening saw Michael Praed and Jimmy Nail give it their all under the spotlight
Legendary: David, who starred in the original stage production in 1978, plays The Voice Of Humanity
Meanwhile David Essex, Jimmy Nail, Michael Praed and Madalena Alberto also take on lead parts in the musical based on a science fiction novel by English author H. G. Wells.
The performance tells the story of Earth's invasion by Martians who have one goal which is to destroy the human race.
Conducted by Wayne himself, the show include brand new music as well as the classic Martian Fighting Machine.
One to watch: The stage production is an adaptation of English author H. G. Wells' sci-fi novel
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