The early 00s kid in us who’s been yearning for more pop group reunions since some genius dreamt up The Big Reunion is jumping for joy today, as it looks like both Liberty X and Mis-Teeq are set to reform.
As long as that doesn’t mean we have to dig out our old, cringeworthy 2000s outfits, we’re more than Just A Little happy about this.
Liberty X. Copyright [David Westing/Getty Images]
Liberty X first, who were recently on-hand to support Kevin Simm as he was crowned the winner of The Voice UK 2016 - the last series to appear on the BBC.
The group have reunited a couple of times since their 2007 split, but after Kevin’s win, they believe things will be different.
Speaking to The Sun, Michelle Heaton said: “We have gigs in the pipeline and we’re actually doing Birmingham Gay Pride in a few weeks time. Kevin will be performing with us still.
“We haven’t released music in a while. I can see us doing a lot more with Kevin now.”
Mis-Teeq. Copyright [REX Shutterstock]
A source is also claiming that Alesha Dixon, who previously hinted that she’d love a Mis-Teeq reunion after they split back in 2005, is meeting her former bandmates Su-Elise Nash and Sabrina Washington next month to talk about reforming.
The source told The Sun: “The girls have been reminiscing about the old days. They think there is a big appetite to bring back Mis-Teeq and have been discussing how.
“Su-Elise lives in Australia but is back in the UK in May for a holiday, so they plan to meet up to talk about it. It’s very early days but they are definitely going to do some shows to see what the reaction is like.”
Watch this space.