Steps have done it, Girls Aloud are gearing up to it, and now Liberty X are reportedly getting ready to make a comeback to the charts.
In what is going to be like 2002 all over again, the Just A Little hitmakers are the latest Noughties band said to be reforming.
Michelle Heaton, Jessica Taylor and Kelli Young sparked rumours of a reunion after they were spotted outside the ITV Studios in London on Monday.
It is believed the three girls have been in talks with TV bosses to document the band's attempt at a comeback in a docu-series for ITV2.
According to the Daily Mail, the girls, along with Tony Lundon and Kevin Simm, are planning to release an album and head out on tour over the summer.
The move comes after Steps' big comeback tour sold out in a matter of hours, and Girls Aloud fans have gone wild over Cheryl Cole's hints the band will celebrate their 10th anniversary with a series of shows.
Liberty X made it to the finals in 2001 talent show Popstars and went on to have a string of hits, before breaking up in 2007.
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