Boy band 98 Degrees is officially reuniting. For just one night (una noche). Former member Nick Lachey confirmed the news, which he previously denied April, on Ryan Seacrest's radio show, “On Air with Ryan Seacrest," Wednesday morning.
98 Degrees -- Lachey, his brother Drew Lachey, Jeff Timmons and Justin Jeffre -- will come together for the first time in ten years for one performance at the Summer Mixtape Festival in Hershey, PA.
Lachey also confirmed the news on Twitter:
In February, Timmons told a local news outlet in the Philippines that there had been discussions for a 98 Degrees reunion, but nothing had been confirmed yet.
"We've been talking of 98 Degrees getting back together for a reunion show," he said. "Nothing's out of the question but nothing's solidified. We'll see."
Timmons formed the group in Los Angeles in 1995 with brothers Nick and Drew Lachey and Justin Jeffre. Despite meeting in California, all members of the band were from Ohio. Two years later, the group released its debut album, with the single, "Invisible Man."
Since announcing an extended hiatus in 2002, the members of 98 Degrees have pursued individual projects. Drew Lachey won in the second season of "Dancing with the Stars," while brother Nick released two solo albums and was the host of the a capella talent search series "The Sing-Off." Jeffre ran for mayor of Cincinatti, Ohio, while Timmons also released a solo album and toured internationally.
98 Degrees isn't the only '90s pop group set to reunite in 2012. In March, S Club 7 announced their plans for a small UK tour and two new albums. Meanwhile, the Backstreet Boys, who recently toured with New Kids on the Block, are also planning to release a new album in 2012. Also, television executives are considering making a 90-minute Spice Girls documentary timed with the group's new musical Viva Forever!, reports The Mirror.
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