Reunited British boyband Damage are working on a reality TV show to document their chart comeback. Four of the five Ghetto Romance hitmakers recently regrouped to take part in the second season of The Big Reunion, a U.K. reality programme which has featured the comebacks of 1990s groups including Eternal, A1, 3T and Girl Thing, and now Jade Jones, Andrez Harriett, Noel Simpson and Rahsaan J. Bromfield are working on their own fly-on-the-wall series. Singer Jones, who is engaged to former Spice Girls star Emma Bunton, tells The Sun newspaper, "It's not just about music for us, there (are) lots of avenues we want to get involved in. "We've just recently been talking with some production companies to do a documentary of the band. It's a music-led documentary - not just solely about us - but there will be other elements involved." The cameras will follow the R&B band, without original member Coree Richards, as the stars prepare to release a new EP this summer (14) and make plans to launch a U.K. tour next year (15). Damage formed in 1996 but split in 2001.