Girls Aloud are planning to make sure their tour goes exactly to plan by coming up with all the ideas themselves.
Fans of the girl band were thrilled when the five-piece announced they will be hitting the road again to mark their 10th anniversary in the music biz, and this tour could be their best yet.
Rather than letting their management team decide the structure of the tour, the girls are planning to take the lead and plan every detail of the shows themselves.
A source told The Mirror: "Sarah has organised an all-weekend pyjama party in which the girls will hammer out their ideas for the concerts. They are determined to be extremely hands on and want these gigs to be their most spectacular yet."
The girls are planning to play on their strengths in putting together a showstopper, with Nicola taking advantage of her connections in the fashion industry to ask designers to create their costumes.
Cheryl has also enlisted her boyfriend Tre Holloway to be one of their backing dancers and plans are in place to feature a ballroom-inspired section based on Kimberley's current stint on Strictly Come Dancing.
Fans are already excited for the band's tour - since tickets went on sale on Friday, they have already added extra dates, with stops scheduled for cities including Newcastle, Sheffield, Liverpool, and a three-night residency at London's O2 arena.