Reunited girl group All Saints are teaming up with 1990s boy bands East 17 and Let Loose for a joint tour. The Never Ever hitmakers reunited last year (13) and have been on the road supporting the Backstreet Boys at shows around the U.K.
Now the singers - Shaznay Lewis, Melanie Blatt and sisters Nicole and Natalie Appleton - have confirmed plans to head out on the road again for a joint tour with a number of other 1990s pop acts.
All Saints will joint East 17 and Let Loose on the Another Time Another Place tour, as well as Atomic Kitten, Big Brovaz and Ace of Base frontwoman Jenny Berggren.
The tour kicks off in Cardiff, Wales on 14 November (14).
British-Canadian girl group All Saints are reuniting to go on tour with the Backstreet Boys. The band initially broke up in 2001 and returned briefly in 2006, but the comeback came to an end less than a year later after their new material flopped in the U.K. charts.
Bandmembers Shaznay Lewis and Melanie Blatt, and sisters Nicole and Natalie Appleton, have now got back together once again, and they are heading off on tour with U.S. pop group Backstreet Boys when they hit the road in the U.K. next year (14).
The band will open for the Backstreet Boys on a number of shows, which kick off at the LG Arena in Birmingham, England on 26 March (14).
A statement from All Saints reads, "We are really looking forward to performing together as special guests of the Backstreet Boys. The Backstreet Boys are a great band, so it's an honour. We're singing a lot of big songs like Never Ever and Pure Shores, which will be amazing. We can't wait!"
The reunion will be a welcome distraction for bandmember Nicole Appleton, whose marriage to former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher has allegedly broken down over the last few months following reports he fathered a love-child with a New York journalist.
The Kidulthood star, who is a regular fixture of the British capital's party scene, enjoyed the free hospitality in the festival's backstage area with pals, including former All Saints singer Melanie Blatt.
But Winstone was asked to leave the music event when security personnel believed she had too much to drink, according to Britain's The Sun.
A source tells the publication, "Jaime was off her box (head). She'd been boozing all day. Drinks are free in the VIP area and she had clearly taken enthusiastic advantage.
"By the time security finally slung her out she could barely stand. It was a sorry sight."