The pop group could reunite to release new music.

B*Witched star Lindsay Armaou has revealed that the 90s girl group may reunite to release new music.

The singer hinted that the quartet could be preparing to make a musical comeback following their appearance on ITV2's The Big Reunion.

The Irish group - twin sisters Edele and Keavy Lynch, Sinéad O'Carroll and Lindsay Armaou - were signed to Glowworm Records, an Epic label, in 1997.

Their 1998 debut single, C'est la Vie, hit No 1 on the UK charts and No 9 in the US.

Talking to entertainment journalist Jon Hornbuckle, Armaou said: "Everything is going really well with all the B*Witched girls.

"Our relationships with each other are all in a good place again. We've been spending a lot of time together and it's good - it's really, really good."

She continued: "You can possibly expect new material from B*Witched. We are talking about going into the studio. Hopefully the vocals would be more equally shared this time."

During their heyday, the girl group topped the charts with hits including Rollercoaster, To You I Belong and Blame it on the Weatherman. They sold three million albums worldwide.

B*Witched split up in 2002 after they were dropped by their record company. They are currently part of the Big Reunion arena tour.