Cheesy pop group Steps had everyone singing in the 1990s with their first single '5,6,7,8'.
Less than two years after their debut single was released the band, made up of Claire Richards, Faye Tozer, Lisa Scott-Lee, Ian "H" Watkins and Lee Latchford-Evans, went their separate ways.
But, like all good 1990s pop bands, Steps have decided to get back together to release a new album 'Tears on the Dancefloor' in celebration of their 20th anniversary.
Speaking about joining forces with the team again, Lisa said: "We're all excited! We can't believe the day is nearly here after having to keep everything hush-hush for the last two years.
"This is two years in the making. We really wanted to celebrate twenty years of Steps - we're very proud of it - and fans seemed to want that also. So it started two years ago with the five of us, then we met our new management who've just been fantastic."
She explained: "We've all had different chapters in our lives but the constant for everybody is Steps. It's been the biggest part of my life - I mean, it's literally been half my life! Steps means the world to me."
And the 'Tragedy' hitmakers believe their upcoming record will take them into a "new era", which will see them re-gain the support of their existing fans but also gain new supporters.