Last year I wrote about how the reality TV programmed The Big Reunion had me hooked. The show, which features pop groups from the ’90s who disbanded for various reasons, proved to be very popular amongst audiences who tuned in weekly to find out how groups like 5ive, Atomic Kitten, Liberty X and Blue imploded due to the pressures of fame. Due to its success, The Big Reunion has been commissioned for a second series and this month we’ll see the return of Eternal, Damage, 3T A1 and Girl Thing (who?) and hear their versions of events regarding their demise. I’m very curious to see how the Eternal girls will get on. I’m sure nobody is surprised that Louise Redknapp won’t be appearing on the show, after all, she is a regular face on TV and her husband Jamie’s career as a football pundit ensures a degree of financial stability that may not be available to the others. But anyone who has followed the journey of the group will know that their relationship was tumultuous to say the least, with rumours of in-fighting and bullying plaguing the group for years before they eventually split up. I think there will need to be a whole lot of discussions, apologies and forgiveness before they can even go near a stage and talk about reforming. Similarly, the boys from Damage have had an equally rough ride, and judging by the clips from the trailer, there’s still a lot of disharmony among the troops. I can’t even lie: this is the very epitome of car crash TV, but I’ll be watching. Follow here for updates on when the series kicks off.