Some of the biggest and cheesiest pop groups of the nineties, including Kerry Katona's former group Atomic Kitten, are to reform for an ITV2 show.
Following on from Steps' hugely successful reunion last year, ITV 2 will bring Atomic Kitten, 5ive, Liberty X, B*Witched, 911 and the Honeyz back together for a documentary called 'The Big Reunion', The Sun reports.
The newspaper says the show will follow each act as they rehearse for two weeks before playing to thousands of fans.
Kerry Katona in Atomic Kitten at the 2000 Capital FM Awards
Many of the band members famously fell out when they split, and this series will find out who's still on speaking terms after all these years.
Katona quit Atomic Kitten in 2001 when she fell pregnant after they released their debut album 'Right Now', which went to number one in the UK in August of that year. It was then certified double Platinum with members Liz McClarnon, Natasha Hamilton and Jenny Frost - now in charge of the dance moves and crop tops.
Five backstage at the Capital Extravaganza in 1998
Spikey-haired boyband 5ive, who had huge hits with songs like 'Slam Dunk (Da Funk)' and sold 20 million records worldwide, previously reunited in 2006 and 2010, but when another reunion was announced this year band member Jason "J" Brown refused to be part of it. Will he appear on the show? I can't wait to see.
Their songs were cheesy, their hairstyles were full of wet-look gel, but these nineties groups undoubtedly got people dancing. Take a listen to their biggest hits below and relive those golden years of bubblegum pop...