Girl band Atomic Kitten are to reform for a concert in support of jailed Liverpool football fan Michael Shields.
Atomic Kitten decided to 'take a break' in 2004
The band are among several performers who will take to the stage at the Empire Theatre in Liverpool to help raise funds to pay Shields' fine.
The 20-year-old is serving 10 years for the attempted murder of a barman in Bulgaria, but denies the offence.
Jenny Frost, Liz McLarnon and Natasha Hamilton will take time out from their solo careers for the December show.
The event, which takes place at the Liverpool Empire on 4 December, will also include performances from singer Gloria Gaynor, comedian Ricky Tomlinson, Mike McCartney and The Searchers.
Shields, 20, is expected to return from Bulgaria to serve the rest of his sentence in the UK.
Michael Shields is set to serve the rest of his sentence in the UK
He has always protested his innocence over the attack in May 2005 in Varne, following Liverpool's Champions League win.
The proceeds from the concert will go towards paying off a fine of almost £90,000 which was also imposed by the Bulgarian court.
Atomic Kitten announced in 2004 that they were to "take a break", but denied they were splitting up for good.