Let's Sing and Dance to see 90s super group 'Boys Allowed' become Girls Aloud

Girls Aloud

A group of 90s boy band members will join together as 'Boys Allowed' for Let's Sing and Dance for Comic Relief.

Let’s Dance for Comic Relief is back for Red Nose Day 2017, now bigger and better than ever before as it has been supersized into Let’s Sing and Dance for Comic Relief.

The show promises more celebrities donning more fantastic outfits and learning more iconic dance routines for Comic Relief, but this time the brave celebrities will be facing double the challenge – dancing and singing!

According to The Sun, one celebrity performance will be from a 90s boy band supergroup called 'Boys Allowed'.

It'll be made up of S Club 7's Jon Lee, Blue's Duncan James, 5ive's Ritchie Neville, Pop Idol's Gareth Gates and Phats & Small's Ben Ofoedu.

The five piece will reportedly dress up as Girls Aloud and perform their song Biology for the show.

"This is a Nineties pop fan’s dream come true," a source spilled this week. “With five of the most memorable British popstars from the last two decades together it’s going to be a proper nostalgia trip.

“The Girls Aloud cover will be great entertainment but hopefully it’s not their only performance. Imagine how fun it would be if they stuck together for a full tour.”

Let's Sing and Dance will air on Saturday nights on BBC One from March.

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