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Blue, 5ive and S Club are forming a boyband super group for Comic Relief

Boys Allowed, anyone?

In possibly the best news to ever reach the heatworld office on a Thursday morning, Gareth Gates, Duncan James, Ritchie Neville, S Club 7's Jon Lee and Phats & Small star Ben Ofoedu are joining forces to form the ULTIMATE boy band super group.

Can we get a hell YAAAAAAAS?

Following in the all-singing, all-dancing footsteps of McBusted and Boyzlife, the boys from all different 90s and 00s bands are uniting to form a mega man-band.

The band will be called Boys Allowed and as it's in aid of Comic Relief they've got a bit of a treat for ya.

The boys are taking part in Let's Sing and Dance For Comic Relief, where they'll dress up as Girls Aloud and perform their hit Biology.

According to The Mirror, a source said: "This is a dream come true for 90s pop fans.

"With five of the most memorable British pop stars from the past two decades together it’s going to be a proper nostalgia trip."

Sounds fab.

"The Girls Aloud cover will be great entertainment but hopefully it will not be their only performance.

"Imagine how much fun it would be if the lads stuck together for a full tour."

IMAGINE.

For some of the boys, this isn't the first time they've been involved in making pop history with a nostalgic super group. Gareth teamed with Dane Bowers, Kavana, Kenzie and Adam Rickitt to form boy band 5th Avenue for Comic Relief in 2014.

Speaking about this latest venture he explained: "This time I’m dressing up as a woman.

"It’s going to be a fantastic performance. I can’t wait to get those high heels on and raise loads of money for a fantastic cause."

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