She’s best known for her huge 80s pop hit All Around the World.
And more than 30 years on, the singer was pictured looking unrecognisable as she dined out with her husband Ian Devaney in north London on Wednesday.
The star, 57, went barefaced as she enjoyed her drinks al fresco at a restaurant.
Having ditched her signature red lip, the hit maker donned a simple black and white striped T-shirt under a black blazer jacket.
So can you guess who it is? That’s right, it’s Lisa Stansfield.
Unrecognisable: 80s pop legend, 57, looked unrecognisable as she enjoyed a lunch date with her husband in London on Wednesday… but can you guess who it is?
Breakthrough moment: It’s been over 30 years since Lisa soared to the top of the charts with her hit single All Around The World
Deep in conversation with her partner, she completed the outfit with some denim jeans and simple grey trainers.
Her brunette hair was pulled back from her face revealing her natural complexion and she wore a pair of gold hooped earrings.
Lisa and Ian married in New York in 1998 after working together since the mid 1980s.
The pair met for the first time when they were at school and both starring in the school play.
Then several years later they then met up and formed the band Blue Zone alongside Andy Morris.
The band broke up when Lisa went solo however they continued to all work together as Lisa provided the vocals and Ian and Andy worked on the production.
All Around The World earnt the singer two Grammy Award nominations and her first solo album Affection is her best-selling album to date.
However the star doesn’t have fond memories of the song and hates watching the video back.
Lisa revealed back in 2018 that she’s ‘haunted’ by the way she looked in the 1989 music video.
Speaking on an episode of Lorraine, the singer confessed she doesn’t like to watch the video back, despite the song being her most successful single to date.
Away from the glam: The 57-year-old looked worlds away from her glam look as she went barefaced and enjoyed her drinks al fresco at a restaurant in North London with her husband Ian Devaney
Keeping it casual: The hit maker donned a simple black and white striped T-shirt under a black blazer jacket
The Search For A Star winner admitted: ‘I had this funny weird fat face. It was done in a rush. And 30 years later in still haunts me.’
Revealing that she’s still grateful for the chances she had, she added: ‘People say to me about my music “it got me through college, it saved my marriage, it helped me to come out”. It’s wonderful to be part of someone’s life in a big way.’
Yet there is a downside to the industry, as Lisa admitted she struggled to cope with fame.
‘It got to the point where I just couldn’t go out of the house or to the shops, it made me twitchy,’ she explained. ‘We [Lisa and husband Ian Devaney] ended up living in Ireland for 14 years to get away from it.’