It's the moment we've waited 12 years to see: S Club 7 have finally reunited.
The late '90s/early '00s British pop group brought their S Club party back for the BBC Children in Need concert in London on Friday night. They packed a four-song medley into five minutes, featuring their hits 'Reach', 'Bring It All Back', 'Don't Stop Movin'' and of course, 'S Club Party'.
Alright, we know you're secretly singing along to at least one of those pop classics right now. Watch above!
All decked out in sparkles and neon raver gear (pink-haired Hannah Spearitt and shiny-short-wearing Tina Barrett, we're looking at you), S Club seemed to be having the time of their lives back on stage.
While many fans were excited to see their fave super-group reunite, some tweeted their frustrations about the performance.
"I'm slightly unnerved that Rachel now seems to be a slightly better live singer than Jo," one fan wrote.
"One of the bad things about ageing is when people younger than you start looking old. #SClub7Reunion," another observed.
"They've had a decade to practice how to dance and mime at the same time. Obviously not been practising hard enough #SClub7Reunion," tweeted another fan.
But on the whole, this tweet captured the fan reaction best: "This is simultaneously the best and worst thing I've ever seen #SClub7Reunion."
A 2015 tour is rumoured to be in the works. Start campaigning for them to come to Oz now.
Rachel Stevens, Hannah Spearitt, Jo O'Meara and Tina Barrett. Image: Getty.
Paul Cattermole, Bradley McIntosh and Jon Lee. Image: Getty.
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