For many nineties kids out there, S Club 7 was one of their first forays into pop music and fan culture. Founded way back in 1998, the group quickly rose to fame by starring in their own BBC television series, Miami 7.
Consisting of Bradley McIntosh, Hannah Spearritt, Jo O'Meara, Jon Lee, Paul Cattermole, Rachel Stevens, and Tina Barrett, the group went on to boast four UK number-one singles and one UK number-one album before they split up in 2003.
However, now the band is allegedly going through discussions about reuniting for a 20th-anniversary concert tour, to bring that nineties nostalgia back home to roost.
An unnamed insider source close to the band allegedly told British tabloid newspaper The Mirror that: "There [are] talks in between band members now about doing a reunion arena tour next year."
They added: "A lot of the bandmates are up for it. It's still early days but they are talking and fans may be in for a treat in 2020. It all makes perfect sense for a reunion celebrating 20 years of S Club 7."For another nineties pop throwback, take a look at the music video for TATU's 'All the Things She Said':
However, in a recent interview with The Guardian, Paul Cattermole has claimed that he was forced to date Hannah Spearritt for a TV show as part of his contract, adding that it was part of a deal made after appearing on the show Hollywood 7.
Cattermole stated: "I had totally grown into the idea, quite quickly...I thought she was great."
He also added that he was on board for a potential reunion tour, stating "The other guys know I'm up for doing it, but I don't know what's happening."
So there you have it: we'll have to wait for a confirmation, but we could be reliving those old hits all over again very soon.