Rockers of iconic 2000s punk band look unrecognisable as they appear on ... trends now

Rockers of iconic 2000s punk band look unrecognisable as they appear on ... trends now
Rockers of iconic 2000s punk band look unrecognisable as they appear on ... trends now

Rockers of iconic 2000s punk band look unrecognisable as they appear on ... trends now

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Iconic rock stars from the early 2000s looked unrecognisable as they appeared on Australian television on Thursday.

The two musicians rose to fame as part of a popular four-piece American rock band.

During an appearance on Channel Ten's The Project, the band members spoke about being the pin-up boys of the 'emo revolution'.

'We existed during a time when there weren't proper boy bands. So we became the default boy band on TRL,' the band's bassist told the panel.

'We would show up and everybody was kind of like, "Well, they look kind of weird. They're dressed a little odd..." It's cool in that way.'

These rock stars from the early 2000s looked unrecognisable as they appeared on Australian television on Thursday

These rock stars from the early 2000s looked unrecognisable as they appeared on Australian television on Thursday

So can you guess who these rock stars are?

It's Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump from Fall Out Boy.

Pete, now 44, sported a very different hair style from his emo days — where his dark hair was mostly swept to one side.

He now has much lighter, almost dark blonde hair that sits down past his shoulders.

It's bassist Pete Wentz (right) and lead singer Patrick Stump (left) from Fall Out Boy

It's bassist Pete Wentz (right) and lead singer Patrick Stump (left) from Fall Out Boy

The band members look very different from their emo days in the 2000s. Seen here for their Infinity On High promo in 2007

The band members look

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