Louise Redknapp is set to scoop herself £500,000 for taking part in the second series of The Big Reunion.
The ITV2 show proved a big hit with its first run earlier this year, as it set out to reunite various nineties pop groups.
Blue, 5ive, 911, B*Witched, The Honeyz and Atomic Kitten all took part in the show, which saw the groups reform before going on to tour the UK and Ireland in a huge arena show.
Louise is reportedly set to reform with Eternal, having quit the group in 1995 after three years to go solo.
The remaining members - Easther Bennett, Vernie Bennett and Kéllé Bryan - continued on the group all the way through until 1999.
A source told The Sun newspaper today: “Eternal are really keen to reform. They had some huge hits — everyone knows Oh Baby I.
"The girls are all friends and love the idea of giving the band one last outing.”
Other groups linked to the second series of The Big Reunion include S Club 7 and All Saints.