The Big Reunion set for second series to show what happened next

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The Big Reunion is set for a second series, following the announcement of a tour.

The ITV2 series has been following the reunion of old school groups including Atomic Kitten, 5ive, B*Witched, 911, The Honeyz and Liberty X.

The show will end with a one off gig at the Hammersmith Apollo, with tickets to the show selling out within minutes.

Earlier in the week it was announced that the groups would be going on tour in May after the huge success of the show, and bosses want to film every backstage bustup.

A source said: “The Big Reunion has been a huge hit for ITV2.

“It’s consistently pulling in over 1.3million viewers each week so they would be mad not to recommission it."

However they added to the Daily Star Sunday: “Nothing has been confirmed yet but options are certainly being discussed.”

The Big Reunion continues tonight on ITV with The Honeyz and B*Witched.

R&B trio The Honeyz released a succession of hit songs in the UK, which saw the girls on the cusp of super stardom in America but in fighting and shock exits put an end to their chart success.

With plans of forming a vocal harmony group, original band members Celena Cherry and Heavenli Roberts were joined by Naima Belkhiati. The new edition saw changes in the band’s direction.

Irish stars B*Witched exploded into the charts in 1998 with their unique brand of pop and their ‘double denim uniform’. Their debut single C’est La Vie hit the top spot and band member, twins Edele and Keavy and friends, Sinead and Lindsey were catapulted into pop stardom.

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