1. Aqua View this video on YouTube Universal Music Denmark, MCA / Via youtube.com Everyone remembers Aqua. The Danish bubblegum pop band that burst into the 90's with their song "Barbie Girl". Going to Number 1 in most countries and even making it to Number 7 in the States. If you weren't around to hear it, here's what you were missing. Via music.uk.msn.com This is what they looked like back in 1997 when they became a household name. Via newsfeed.time.com And this is them from only a few years ago.Where are they now?Well, good news for all fans of cheesy pop music, they reunited in 2007 and have since released their third album. But unfortunately not much from them since 2011. 2. 5ive View this video on YouTube BMG Entertainment International UK & Ireland Ltd / Via youtube.com The 90's was a breeding ground for all sorts of boy bands. This led to the aptly named five-piece "5ive" making an appearance in 1998.Being one of many "manufactured" bands from the era, Britain's very own Russel Brand was one of the people auditioning for them only to not make the cut. We can only assume that he coped with this by trying to have sex with everything that existed for the subsequent 20 years.Their biggest hit was "When The Lights Go Out" in 1998, making in into the US Top 10, and then suffering an exponential decline and eventually calling it a day in 2001. Via fasterlouder.com.au Here's the 5 fresh-faced youngsters at the beginning of their career. Via hamhigh.co.uk And here they are today. The sharper eyed of you out there may notice that this is more of a 4our than a 5ive. Jason "J" Brown decided it was better for him not to continue with them.Where are they now?They attempted to make a comeback on the UK version on "The Voice" in 2012 and failed miserably to make it past the auditions. It would appear that no amount of success you have previously had counts. There's a lesson for you, kids.They went to on whore themselves out to any TV show that would pay attention to them, finally making it on to "The Big Reunion" in 2013 and did some touring with the portmanteau'd band of other failures "McBusted".Abz Love left the band in August 2014, leaving the remaining 3hree with an uncertain future. 3. Vengaboys View this video on YouTube http://Groovilicious/S.R. / Via youtube.com Hailing from the grownups playground that is Amsterdam, the Vengaboys were the 90's answer to "The Village People". Most famous for "We Like To Party" in 1998, coming in at 26 in the US Top 100 and having mixed success globally. Via usuknumberones.blogspot.com There they are, back in the day. Clearly having bought their outfits from the first place they found in Amsterdam. Via acceleration14.com And here they are today. Looking slightly older and with a few new members but essentially the same European dance trope they were.Where are they now?Good news Vengafans, they're still going. After having a brief hiatus from 2002-2006 they've been bringing out new material. Even bringing out a song for the recent World Cup. It would appear that the Vengabus is still going strong. 4. Lou Bega View this video on YouTube RCA / Via youtube.com If you don't recognize the name, you will the song "Mambo No. 5". Coming out in 1999, it went to Number 1 in almost every country it was released in, bar the US where it reached number 3. Via rodamusica.blogspot.com Here he is in 1999, taken from his video. And clearly the modern day inspiration for Pharrell Williams. Via commons.wikimedia.org And here he is, taken a few years ago. Still sporting the pencil mustache.Where is he now?He's still going. Unfortunately for poor Lou, every album he has released since "Mambo No. 5" exploded globally has charted worse than the last. Releasing material in 2005 that failed to enter the charts. But did have a slight bounce back with his fifth album in 2013, comprising mainly of covers.He does look happy though, doesn't he. 5. Eiffel 65 View this video on YouTube BlissCo / Via youtube.com Another band that's name doesn't come to mind straight away, but their 1999 song "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" went to Number 6 in the US and Number 1 across most of Europe. Again, another one of the 90's Europop style songs that burned brightly, but only for a short time. It does still have a huge following, with the video below having been seen almost 50 million times on YouTube. Via musik-base.de Here they are from 1999, looking exactly how you'd imagine a Italian dance group to look. Via fanpop.com And the modern day transformation. All of them in their 40's.Where are they now?After limited success following their one big hit Eiffel 65 broke apart in 2005. Two of the three members, Jeffrey Jey and Maurizio Lobina formed a new group "Bloom 06". They reformed in 2010 as Eiffel 65 and still tour. Nothing they have released since has had much success.