Kimberley Walsh has hinted that Girls Aloud could be making a comeback perform on Strictly Come Dancing later this year.
The girl group were formed a decade ago this November on Popstars: The Rivals, and are set to reunite this autumn to celebrate their anniversary.
Rumours have included everything from a new album and tour to a performance on the Royal Variety Show.
And Kimberley suggested that a performance on the Strictly live shows couldn't be ruled out either!
She teased: "There might be. I'm not saying anything, I'm going to get into trouble!"
Kimberley also revealed how her Girls Aloud bandmates had ALL encouraged her to take part in the series.
"I spoke to tall the girls and Cheryl [Cole] and Nicola [Roberts] were like 'You should definitely do it!'" she said. "They're going to come and watch. I'll be good to have a bit of support."
And Kimberley - who said she only signed up "a few weeks ago" - said that Strictly wouldn't interfere with Girls Aloud's comeback plans.
She added: "You just work really hard, it won't hold anything up that we'd already planned, so that's good.
The Strictly Come Dancing 2012 live shows air from October 5 on BBC One.