COMIC Relief is forming an epic supergroup with some pop favourites for the ultimate performance to celebrate Red Nose Day 2017.
Boys Aloud will include five pop favourites from some of the biggest bands, and there’s a big surprise in the store.
Blue, S Club and give have all reformed over the years, with Blue still performing to fans across the world.
Now, the ultimate superband will be formed for Comic Relief, but this won’t be just any old reunion.
The boys will be transforming themselves into Girls Aloud, taking on one of Kimberly Walsh and Cheryl’s biggest hits.
As well as dressing up as the girls, Duncan and co will perform Biology.
Viewers will be able to see the performance as part of the BBC’s special series Let’s Sing and Dance for Comic Relief.
Speaking of the news, following his Comic Relief success with single Spirit in the Sky back in 2003, Gareth admitted it was going to be “fantastic”.
He told The Sun: “It’s going to be a fantastic performance, I can’t wait to get those high heels on and raise loads of money for such a fantastic cause.”
Duncan admitted he hadn’t donned heels since his serious back injury last year, something he is still recovering from.
He confessed: “It’s such a great cause and I’m looking forward to wearing heels again, which I haven’t done since my injury.
“It should be like riding a bike… I hope!”
The show will be hosted by former Great British Bake Off star Mel Giedroyc.
Six acts have been confirmed for the show, with a whole list of names revealed to be taking part.
Other stars included in the line-up are Casualty and Holby City cast members and Strictly Come Dancing star Russell Grant.
Jo Brand, Jason Manford, Paul O’Grady, Frank Skinner, Jennifer Saunders and Claudia Winkleman are all featuring as judges.
Previous contestants have included Rufus Hound, Keith Lemon, Paddy McGuinness and Robert Webb.
It was announced yesterday that there would be a special sequel to the hit film Love Actually for Red Nose Day.
Directly Richard Curtis confirmed the news, a 10-minute clip in order to raise money for charity.