As Teenage Dirtbags Wheatus are set to play at a London festival this summer, we look at where boy bands from the past have ended up
Atomic Kitten are back!
First Girls Aloud announce they're back for good via Nadine Coyle telling the Sunday Mirror: "It's time to come back. At the end of the year it would have been ten years and it feels like the right time to regroup. I know everyone's been speculating about what we will do. It will be arena dates at the start of next year and we will have new music to go with it."
And now there's been confirmation that Atomic Kitten are also plotting a return! Hooray.
Rumours surfaced a few weeks ago saying the threesome were going to be the UK entry for Eurovision, but those whispers were scuppered when Engelbert Humperdinck was announced as the entry.
Now, however, Natasha Hamilton has confirmed the girls are definitely getting back together AND that they may even include Kerry Katona in their reunion.
Natasha told the Daily Star: "I ran into Kerry recently and we just hugged and got on really well. We both have kids around the same age so we talked a lot about them. It was lovely to see her. It would be great if we could all get on stage and sing together. We're really excited about getting back together and singing again. We've all been doing our own thing but we thought the time was right to reform. I think it will be fun to go on tour to perform for a whole new generation of fans. A lot of our fans will have kids now so it would be great if they can both come along to watch us and enjoy our music. We're open to all options at the moment."
With all of this girlband goodness in the air, we look at our top pick of girlbands for the last 20 years! See how Girls Aloud and Atomic Kitten fare, and who our number one choice is!
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