Girls Aloud have apparently been targeted to represent the UK at this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
According to Popbitch, the UK Eurovision team are hoping that Cheryl Cole and Co - who made their comeback at the end of last year after a three-year hiatus - are hoping to land the girls to sing our 2013 song.
The gossip website goes on to suggest that Chezza's pal Will.I.Am is also being lined-up to produce the track.
GA are yet to confirm or deny the rumours, but they may face some tough competition from X Factor and Celebrity Big Brother star Rylan Clark, who has previously expressed his desire to do Eurovision.
Following his exit from the ITV talent show in November 2012, Clark told The Metro: "If the country wanted me to represent them [at Eurovision] then I'd happily fly the flag."
The likes of boyband Blue and Engelbert Humperdink have previously represented the UK at Eurovision, but have failed to bring the title home.