All Saints And East 17 Comeback Planned
Two more 90s big guns kiss and make up for lucrative joint tour...
We all know Christmas can be an expensive time of year.
So who can blame All Saints and East 17 for jumping on Take That's reunion bandwagon? Yes, that's right: two more 90s pop acts are apparently ready to set aside their differences for the sake of their adoring fans and a bucketload of cash.
When Take That announced their reunion dates in November it was revealed that they would each net 1.5m for the tour. Tickets for the gigs sold out in just three hours.
To ensure they've still got enough selling power, East 17 and All Saints will tour together. Previously E17's Tony Mortimer had shunned talk of a reunion, but after a tough year for bandmate Brian Harvey in which he had a breakdown on I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here and was almost killed in a car accident, it seems he may have relented.
And All Saints have already met up to discuss the possibility of reforming for a Bands Reunited TV show. When promoters approached them with the idea of a joint tour they agreed to put their acrimonious split behind them.
What next? The Stone Roses and the Spice Girls?