So our favourite Irish boybands are being reincarnated into a new act and while this may seem like the best news ever, but not everyone is happy about it.
Brian McFadden, formerly of Westlife, and Keith Duffy of Boyzone have joined forces and confirmed a Boyzlife tour which will involve performing some of the original groups' greatest hits.
However, Kian Egan is not particularly happy about it.
"From the perspective of someone who spent 15 years in Westlife, it was really aggravating," said the Voice judge to OK! Magazine.
"It was really unfair on the fans [because] everybody thought that this was what’s happening, you know that Westlife and Boyzone [were uniting].
"I was scratching my head when I first saw it. It’s a bit of an odd one – a member of Westlife who left the band after 4 years decides to use half the name for whatever it is that they’re doing."
But Brian hit back at the comments on the Late Late Show last night.
"I was actually in Westlife for more than 4 years but maths was never Kian’s thing in fairness.
"A lot of people probably did get confused because a lot of people probably thought we were doing a McBusted."
Keith added: "At the end of the day myself and Brian are after teaming up to do a show and talk about 20 years in the business.
The lads are kicking off their tour in London on October 16 before doing 11 more gigs around Ireland.