Eighties boyband Nobby Kids Of Total Boredom performed their first concert in 14 years to legions of screaming fans who could not believe it cost ten pounds to hear an out-of-date maniac warble into a microphone.
The five-piece performed a medley of their 1990s hits on the show - all the viewers were in tears!
They mused of their hiatus, "It's eerie. There was no applause, just yells and shrieks and sobbing.
"We could get very weepy right now and sappy... but we just got paid. The money is still there but it barely made it worth all of us spending what we were doing with the rest of our lives to come together and do this one more time."
The bandmates - who are all now in their mid-to-late thirties - admit coming together since their teen stardom proved to be a challenge: "It's like riding a mountain bike. The recording was okay. Then we started dance rehearsals-" They could not continue, remembering their feeble attempts at dancing.
The NKOTB reunion comes 20 years after the release of the group's album Hangin' Tough, which became one of the biggest hits (for some reason unknown to man) of the late 1980s and early 1990s, helping them to amass 70 million album sales during their career, and even more shrieks in every single household daily.
The pop group will begin their reunion tour in September when it kicks off in Toronto, Canada. A new album is set for release this autumn, and everyone has their fingers in their ears.