Pop band Wet Wet Wet are to tour the UK to mark 20 years since their first hit.
Wet Wet Wet formed in the 1980s
The Scottish stars - who had a string of chart smashes in the 1980s and 1990s - will play a series of dates in December to accompany a new album.
The band will play in Belfast, Glasgow, Manchester, Sheffield, Birmingham Aberdeen, Newcastle, Cardiff and London's Wembley Arena.
Wet Wet Wet, who had hits such as Sweet Little Mystery, split in 1999 but reformed in 2004 for reunion shows.
Marti Pellow, Graeme Clark, Tommy Cunningham and Neil Mitchell formed in Clydebank in the 1980s, and reached number one in 1988 with a cover of With a Little Help from My Friends.
Their biggest hit came in 1994, when their version of Love Is All Around - from the soundtrack of Four Weddings and a Funeral - stayed at number one for 15 weeks.
Pellow recently won the BBC's duet singing showdown Just The Two Of Us with ex-EastEnders star Hannah Waterman.
Their reunion tour follows soon after fellow 1990s chart toppers Take That recently saw their new album hit the top spot following a sell-out UK tour.
Ticket's for Wet Wet Wet's tour will go on sale on 19 January.