Atomic Kitten reform! Plus: their biggest selling tracks revealed!

Vocalist Natasha Hamilton has revealed that Atomic Kitten will reunite over the summer for a series of live dates.

British girl band Atomic Kitten have apparently reformed.

Vocalist Natasha Hamilton told the Daily Star Sunday that the trio – completed by Liz McClarnon and Jenny Frost – will reunite over the summer for a series of live dates.

"We're really excited about getting back together and singing again,” said Hamilton. “We've all been doing our own thing but we thought the time was right to reform. I think it will be fun to go on tour to perform for a whole new generation of fans,"

According to Hamilton, the door is also open for former singer Kerry Katona to re-join Atomic Kitten. Katona originally left the band in 2001 shortly before their fifth single, Whole Again, was released in 2001.

"I ran into Kerry recently and got on really well,” said Hamilton. “We both have kids around the same age so we talked a lot about them. It was lovely to see her. It would be great if we could all get on stage and sing together.”

Atomic Kitten shot to fame in 1999 when their first single Right Now debuted at Number 10 in the Official Singles Chart. To date, they have had 13 Top 10 hits, including three Number 1 singles. They also scored four Top 5 albums on the Official Albums Chart, two of which reached Number 1. Thie biggest selling track is Whole Again which has sold over 980,000 copies in the UK alone.

Atomic Kitten’s Top 10 biggest selling tracks, based on Official Charts Company sales data, are as follows:

01 WHOLE AGAIN
02 THE TIDE IS HIGH (GET THE FEELING)
03 ETERNAL FLAME
04 IT'S OK
05 LAST GOODBYE/BE WITH YOU
06 RIGHT NOW
07 LADIES NIGHT
08 IF YOU COME TO ME
09 SEE YA
10 I WANT YOUR LOVE

© 2012 the Official Charts Company