It's been three years since last remaining original Sugababe, Keisha Buchanan, was axed from the group.
But now she is reportedly teaming up with the other two founding members of the successful girl-group - Siobhan Donaghy and Mutya Buena - to work on some new tracks.
The girls first got together in 1998, formed by All Saints manager Ron Tom, and had their first hit with the Brit Award-nominated single Overload.
In 2001, Donaghy left the group after being diagnosed with clinical depression and Heidi Range took her place - this was just the first of many line-up changes.
Since Buchanan became the final original member to leave the Sugababes, there have been repeated calls for them to reform and now it seems it's finally to happen.
Buchanan sent out a cryptic tweet earlier today, sparking rumours that they are working with award-winning rapper Professor Green on a new track:
And claims that: "On top of the new group deal, all three have been offered separate solo deals as a bit of a sweetener."
The girls will have to come up with a new name for their group however, as the current Sugababes are still very much together, according to Heidi Range. Names that have been mooted include One Touch, which was the name of their debut album and the only one they all worked on together.
Are you happy to hear they are reforming? What do you think they should be called?
Here are The Sugababes in pictures:
On stage during the London Mardi Gras 2001 in London's Finsbury Park. Photo: PA
The Sugababes with their award for Best Kept Secret at the Capital Radio Awards. Photo: PA
Sugababes performing in 2001. Photo: Redferns
Sugababes whilst on the road in 2001. Photo:PA
At One Big Sunday live in Heaton Park, Manchester. Photo: Redferns