AceShowbiz - %cAqua% is reportedly set to reunite for the 20th anniversary of their 1990s hit single "Barbie Girl". The Danish-Norwegian eurodance group will hold a reunion tour in their home country Denmark in 2017, according to The Sun.
"Barbie Girl" topped the charts worldwide and became a number-one hit for three weeks in the U.K. and Australia in 1997. The track debuted and peaked at No. 7 on Billboard Hot 100.
Aqua was formed in 1989 by vocalists %cLene Nystrom% and %cRene Dif%, keyboardist %cSoren Rasted% and guitarist %cClaus Norreen%. The group shot to fame in 1997 with "Barbie Girl" and its follow-up album "Aquarium", which included songs "Roses Are Red", "My Oh My" and "Doctor Jones".
Aqua went their separate ways in 2001 after releasing their second album "Aquarius". At the time, they told Billboard, "We have looked each other straight in the eye and reached the conclusion that, for the moment, the spark is missing." The band reunited for their 10-year anniversary in 2007 and followed it up with new album "Megalomania" in 2011.
A representative for Aqua hasn't commented on the reunion report yet.