With a tough-looking gold tooth, and skin-covering tattoos, ex-Sugababe Mutya Buena, appears to be channeling a similarly heavily tattooed singer - Amy Winehouse as she arrived at a nightclub in London last night.
Dark-haired Mutya, a former founding member of the Sugababes, showed off the striking similarities between herself and Amy as she revealed her heavily-tattooed leg at club Maya.
And just like Amy, she also has a tattoo - a thorn-covered rose - on her breast.
Mutya is infamously known as the bolshie, tough Sugababe, who gave the group their much-needed street cred. And clearly, her having a tattoo is not a major departure.
The mother-of-one appears to be cultivating the look favoured by Amy, with large sections of her skin covered with the body art.
And judging by the pictures she also seems to enjoy making a fashion statement with her bras, just like Amy who has been seen on several occasions in her favourite red bra - albeit not in the most lucid state on occasions.
Mutya has said she doesn't consider herself a great beauty. Admitting: "Sometimes I'm caught on bad days when my face is looking rough.
"I'm just short, you know? I'd like my legs stretched, but I'll have to accept it – I'm not going through that pain!"
The growing similarities between Amy and Mutya are not so unexpected as the pair share a record label and last year recorded a duet together.
Mutya and troubled Amy, who is currently receiving treatment for her drug addiction at a private hospital, did a remake of '60s classic 'Be My Baby'.
The pair gave it a hip-hop remix and re-named it 'B Boy Baby'.
A source said at the time: "Amy and Mutya have a lot in common and have talked about collaborating for a while.
"As label mates it's easy to sort that out and Amy's involvement will give (Mutya's career) a real head start."
However, let's hope that Mutya doesn't pick up some of the troublesome behaviour associated with fallen star Amy.
Earlier this week, she was seen leaving a London club after a heated argument with a fellow clubgoer.
Mutya has a two-year-old daughter Tahlia Maya. She famously quit the Sugababes in December 2005, when her baby was nine months old.
She was struggling to cope with the group's schedule after becoming a mother.