The Big Reunion may have finished for now, but there's already talk of a second series.
The ITV2 show saw a range of 90s and 00s pop groups get back together, including Atomic Kitten, Liberty X and Five.
The show ended with a huge reunion gig at London's Hammersmith Apollo, but the show was such a success that the groups are now planning a full blown tour this Spring.
It's also meant plenty of talk about a possible second series, and the names of some groups who could be involved.
Top of the list is S Club 7, especially after the group's Rachel Stevens confirmed a reunion was definitely possible.
Paul added: "If the others wanted to do it, I say yes. We are all in touch – so it would depend on everyone's work schedules"
Also linked to the show are A1 and Eternal, as well as Popstars' winners Hear'Say.
However it seems not everyone is keen to reunite, with Hear'Say's Kym Marsh saying: "It's hard work. You are away from your home a lot. It isn't great when you have kids. I love what I'm doing now. I don't miss it"
R&B group Big Brovaz claimed this week they too were in talks about getting back together for the rumoured second series.
J-Rock told fans online: "We're in ITV at the moment discussing a Big Reunion... who knows?"
ITV have yet to confirm a second series of the show.