In early 2001 the Popstars programme launched a search for five young hopefuls who would eventually become a real-life pop band.
The nation was gripped as more than 3,000 wannabes cried, screamed and sang their way through auditions all around the country.
The judges, including "Nasty" Nigel Lythgoe, had the tough job of whittling down 3,000 wannabes to just 50.
Then, after the nail-biting London finale, the final five were chosen.
But who were they?