Atomic Kitten have reunited for the first time in 15 years as they recorded a special version of their hit single Whole Again for Euro 2020.
Natasha Hamilton, 38, Liz McClarnon, 40 and Jenny Frost, 43, released a reimagining of their hit 2000 single, titled Southgate You're The One (Football's Coming Home Again), ahead of England's semi-final against Denmark on Wednesday night.
The trio were spotted outside Capital Radio studios in Leicester Square holding up the England flag before enthusiastically breaking out into song and dance with brass band Hyde Park Brass.
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The girls went on air with Roman Kemp on Capital Radio to speak about their newly recorded song, before singing along with listeners.
They also appeared on Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden's Heart Breakfast show on the same day, where they told the presenters that it was the first time they worked together in 15 years.
'It's been a whirlwind couple of days, but we are super excited and grateful to be able to contribute to the awesome energy and patriotism that is filling the England Streets with this version of Whole Again,' the band said in a statement.
Patriotic: The bandmates released a new version of their 2000 single, titled Southgate You're The One (Football's Coming Home Again), ahead of England's semi-final against Denmark
Throwback: Atomic Kitten formed in 1998, and now the trio have re-recorded their 2000 hit single Whole Again for Euro 2020 (the band are pictured in 2001)
They continued: 'Totally inspired by the England Football fans in support of Gareth Southgate and the super talented England Football team, we will be singing loud and proud "Football's Coming Home!'
The reunited friends and former bandmates rocked up in appropriately chosen colour coordinating England shades of white and red.
Natasha stepped out in a bold red ruffle puff-sleeved top which she tucked into a pair of acid wash fit and flare