Little Mix are planning to duet with the Spice Girls.
The 'Black Magic' hitmakers would love the chance to get involved with the iconic girl group's 20th anniversary celebrations next year and have already been pestering Mel C and Emma Bunton to let the two bands perform on stage together.
Little Mix's Perrie Edwards said: "We'd love to be involved with it. We love the Spice Girls and want to perform with them. They know that."
Jade Thirlwall added: "Hopefully we get to support them and do a duet."
However, bandmate Jesy Nelson is unsure if the reunion will live up to the first time the band were together as Victoria Beckham has opted out of the celebrations.
The 24-year-old singer told the Daily Star newspaper: "It's never the same if they don't all do it. Then again they were still successful when Geri [Halliwell] left, because they were so iconic. But it wouldn't work if Little Mix weren't all together."
And Perrie agreed, saying: "I feel whatever the Spice Girls do they will be loved, because they're insane."
Scary Spice herself, Mel B, previously said if they got back together it would have to involve all members - herself, Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton and Mel C - because otherwise it would be pointless.
She said: "If we do something, it has to be all of us. That's the whole point."