Keren Woodward, Sara Dallin and Siobhan Fahey are back as the original Bananarama line-up, 29 years after that BRIT Awards performance in 1988.
So why now? Well, the group told The Sun that it was actually the passing music legend George Michael that inspired them to get the group back together.
Keren told the tabloid: "It was so shocking. Horrific. I remember the moment I found out, in a phone call from another close friend on Christmas Day.
"He was such a huge part our lives. George's death was the instigating factor really for saying yes to doing this now."
"Before George's death the fact my cousin had passed away had already got me thinking along those lines too – the fact that they were both around my age, that just makes you think 'Life's too bloody short'," she continued.
"You've got to do whatever you can, you don't know what's going to happen, and all those things made me think 'It's now or never'."
Keren was close to both boys from Wham!, having been married to Andrew Ridgeley for 25 years and calling George "our best friend from the era".
The newly-reunited Bananarama have signed a deal with record label Fascination, who are the people behind Steps' glittery, trend-defying comeback. We're very excited.
Tickets for the tour are on sale from this Wednesday, April 26.
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