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This Morning Fans Lose It As Cheeky Girls Make Appearance 20 Years After Their Hit Single

This Morning Fans Lose It As Cheeky Girls Make Appearance 20 Years After Their Hit Single

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This Morning fans were left in shock after The Cheeky Girls made their grand return 20 years after the release of their only hit single.

The Romanian pop duo, made up of identical twin sisters Gabriela and Monica Irimia, 39, sat down with Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby to talk about their new single Let’s Have Fun.

The Cheeky Girls are back. (

The Cheeky Girls are one of the most well known novelty music acts after finding success following their audition on the competition series Popstars: The Rivals in 2002.

They achieved four top 10 hits between 2002 and 2004 but their most infamous hit is their debut single and certified cheesy pop classic, The Cheeky Song (Touch My Bum).

Viewers were left in shock and feeling extremely nostalgic after seeing The Cheeky Girls on television and rushed to Twitter to share their memories of simpler times.

The Cheeky Song peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart. (

"Cheeky Girls remind me of the days of Jade Goody (RIP), Dr Fox, Will Young/Gareth Gates, those mobile flip phones and when social media was limited to Friends Reunited," one This Morning viewer tweeted.

Another fan shared: "Good on the cheeky girls making a success of themselves. Probably done better than most of those that go on talent shows #ThisMorning".



While one This Morning fan tweeted: "I’m gonna be singing the cheeky girls song all day now."

The interview today almost didn’t happen after the twins accidentally travelled to the old This Morning set, sending the studio into chaos.

Phillip and Holly revealed live on air that the pair were en route across London after arriving at the morning show’s old home on London’s South Bank. 

"Well, we hope they’re gonna be here because actually they’re so retro they went to the old studio on the South Bank," Philip said live on air.

That was a close call!

The Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy/This Morning

Topics: TV And Film, Music