Ahh The Saturdays - Rochelle Humes, Mollie King, Frankie Bridge, Vanessa White and Una Healy.
Let's be honest, they're one of the greatest girlbands of our generation.
Not only did they have bangers and wear iconic outfits but they were completely unproblematic.
They were never shady about other girl groups and to be honest we can't think of anything controversial any of them have done.
Also, let's not forget that they haven't had a major falling out and are all still pals.
In 2014 the band decided to go on a "hiatus" - much like One Direction - and although they never officially split they've not realised any music together and in fact, they've all gone on to do incredible things on their own.
So we thought we'd have a look at exactly what they're doing nowadays...
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The Saturdays - where are they now?
Rochelle Humes first found fame in S Club Juniors - absolute throwback. She then began presenting on kids TV programme Smile and shortly after joined The Saturdays.
Since the girls went on a BREAK/HIATUS etc etc Rochelle has turned full-time TV presenter. She covers Holly Willoughby on This Morning and co-hosts BBC show The Hit List. She's released a children's book and launched her own haircare brand My Little Coco. Rochelle has also married JLS' Marvin Humes, given birth to Alaia-Mai and Valentina and is due to welcome her third child into the world later this year.
Frankie Bridge and Rochelle knew each other before The Saturdays because they were both part of S Club Juniors. Two years after they split she went on to join The Saturdays.
It may have looked like she was living her best life during her time in The Saturdays but Frankie has admitted that she struggled with her mental health. Frankie is now married to former footballer Wayne Bridge, they have two children together Parker and Carter. She became runner-up on Strictly Come Dancing in 2014 and she's released her own book 'Open': Why Asking For Help Can Save Your Life.
Before becoming a member of The Saturdays, Mollie actually had a career in the skiing industry. Yes, really. However she decided to pursue her singing career instead.
Following her time in The Saturdays, Mollie was set to release her solo album but it's yet to come out, although she did release a single, Back to You. Mollie (and Frankie) made a cameo on Hollyoaks Later, she also starred on Strictly in 2017 and she co-hosts a radio show on BBC Radio 1.
Before joining The Saturdays, Una was a medical secretary and then studied to become a teacher. She then decided to start her singing career and in 2006 she was a backing singer for Brian Kennedy for the Eurovision. Obsessed. Shortly after she auditioned for The Saturdays.
Since the band disbanded she's hosted TV show Una's Dream Ticket, she's released her own album and is a presenter on Country Hits Radio. She then married rugby player Ben Foden and they're parents to Aoife Belle and Tadhg John. However in 2018 they split.
Before becoming famous in The Saturdays, Vanessa starred in West End shows The Lion King and The King and I.
Vanessa has since released an EP, she took part in I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! and is often seen at showbiz events.
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When we caught up with Rochelle Humes we had to ask her whether there's any chance of a Saturdays reunion and it doesn't look like it.
At This Morning Live, she explained, "I actually started off TV presenting before I joined The Saturdays, I used to do kids TV for the BBC.
"So I always knew when me and the girls called time on the group that [presenting] is what I'd like to get back into.
"Never say never but I very much doubt [a reunion]."
Brb, off to cry ourselves to sleep.