Eternal are the next nineties band to reform on 'The Big Reunion', according to reports.
The Sun claims ITV2 have even bagged Louise Redknapp for the show, after offering her a hefty £500,000 pay packet.
Louise quit the 'Always And Forever' singers in 1995 after three years in the band to pursue a solo career, but it's claimed all the girls are now keen to appear on the hit show.
Kéllé Bryan, Easther and Vernie Bennett and Louise
If the reports are true, Louise will rekindle with sisters Easther and Vernie Bennett as well as Kéllé Bryan, following in the footsteps of Blue, 5ive, 911, B*Witched, The Honeyz and Atomic Kitten, who all got back together on the show last series.
However, back in May Louise first quashed fans' dreams of her appearing alongside her Eternal bandmates on 'The Big Reunion'.
She said she “wouldn’t be upset at all" if the girls wanted to reunite without her, telling The Mirror: “It would be fun, but if Eternal were ever to get back together, it would be a new song with a real purpose rather than just a TV thing."
But it seems something (maybe the pay packet?) has now changed her mind.
A source told The Sun: “Eternal are really keen to reform. They had some huge hits — everyone knows 'Oh Baby I'. The girls are all friends and love the idea of giving the band one last outing.”
Eternal continued as a trio after Louise left until 1998, releasing the hit album and single 'Power Of A Woman' and several other hit singles such as 'I Wanna Be The Only One'. But they all went their separate ways in 2000.