2Gether, the semi-popular parody boy band from the late '90s, will reunite for a new TV movie. (PHOTO: MTV / TVT)
The '90s are back.
And so are the members of the MTV parody boy band, 2Gether.
According to TMZ, the group is gearing up for a concert in the form of a made-for-TV movie. While the band will have control over location, venue and other things related to the movie, MTV will have final say on whether or not to actually air the concert.
2Gether, made up of Noah Bastian, Kevin Farley, Evan Farmer, Alex Solowitz and the late Michael Cuccione, first entered the boy band scene in 1999 with an MTV movie and the hit U + Me = Us (Calculus).
The 2Gether reunion show will also be for a good cause, TMZ reports.
All proceeds will go towards the Michael Cuccione Foundation. Cuccione passed away in 2001 at the age of 16, following a long battle with Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Along with the rest of 2Gether, Cuccione had a stage name -- Jason 'Q.T.' McKnight -- that was a parody of then-popular boy bands like 'N Sync and the Backstreet Boys.
With the success of the MTV film in 1999, the group continued in 2gether: The Series, which lasted for two seasons.
Over the last decade or so, the living members 2Gether have led somewhat successful careers.
Perhaps Evan Farmer, who was known as Jerry O'Keefe (The Heartthrob) has been the busiest. The 39-year-old, who had a handful of minor film roles, is the co-founder of a home renovation charity. He also recently took over as host of CMT's Top 20 Countdown.
Kevin Farley, who was Doug Linus (The Older Brother) in 2Gether, has appeared in several TV shows over the years, including Curb Your Enthusiasm and Disney's That's So Raven. The older brother of the late Chris Farley also does occasional standup.
Noah Bastian (Chad Linus - The Shy One) and Alex Solowitz (Mickey Park - The Bad Boy) are expected to join the band's reunion show, which will be made some time this year.
Scroll down for the music video for U + Me = Us (Calculus).