Loosen up those buttons, babe, and get ready to see your favourite noughties pop icons in concert.
The newly-reunited Pussycat Dolls are set to headline Australia's So Pop tour in April 2020, alongside Jesse McCartney (and his beautiful soul), Sophie Ellis-Bextor of "Murder on the Dancefloor" fame and Smash Mouth.
Also on the line-up? Steps, the British dance-pop group responsible for the school disco floor-filler "5,6,7,8". Plus, Dutch trance-pop project Alice Deejay (we can guarantee you heard "Better Off Alone" non-stop in 2000), Whigfield ("Sexy Eyes"), Samantha Mumba ("Gotta Tell You") and Reel 2 Real with The Mad Stuntman ("I Like to Move It").
The Pussycat Dolls performed live for the first time in nearly a decade during The X-Factor: Celebrity finale on Saturday in London, and took the opportunity to debut their new song "React" as well as play a medley of their hits "Buttons", "When I Grow Up" and "Don't Cha".
"We just wanna say we love you...and we're back baby," Nicole Scherzinger said on stage. The 41-year-old also told her fans on Instagram, "It‘s so good to be back with my girls."
So Pop returns next year with shows in Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne, following on from 2019's tour featuring old-school favourites the Vengaboys, Blue, B*Witched and Eiffel 65.
Dig out your low-rise jeans and butterfly clips and watch this 2004 classic music video as homework until April rolls around:
Here's where and when you can catch the So Pop tour in Australia:
Perth: Wednesday, April 22 at RAC Arena
Brisbane: Friday, April 24 at Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Sydney: Saturday, April 25 at Qudos Bank Arena
Adelaide: Tuesday, April 28 at Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Melbourne: Thursday, April 30 at Melbourne Arena