It looks like Sarah Harding and her former Girls Aloud bandmate Cheryl might be ready to forge a friendship again following years of feud rumours.
On Wednesday, new mum Cheryl tweeted her 6million followers asking their opinion on what album tracks should have made it into singles.
She wrote: "Yoo hoo. Can you tweet me the songs from my albums that you think should've been singles please?"
"Hey stranger!...U know FFTL will always be the one #TrueToTheGame," she said.
Cheryl, who previously stopped following Sarah on Twitter, then replied to her old pal with the hashtag "#AlwaysTrue" along with a kissing emoji, a wink emoji and a soldier emoji.
The pair's fans immediately went into meltdown over the sweet exchange, with one writing: "The GA hole in my heart is healing!"
Another called for a reunion, writing: "Yess my faves acknowledged each other's excistence! Reunion plz."
Following rumours of bad blood between the pair, Sarah then disappointed Girls Aloud and Cheryl fans when she appeared to take a swipe at her former bandmate during her time in the CBB house, at one point calling her "savvy".
“She just knows how to work it when she wants to," Sarah told fellow housemate Amelia Lily .
“When she wants to be seen she is, and when she doesn’t, she makes sure she isn’t.
"Like with the whole baby thing. She just plans things meticulously. She’s savvy, I’d give her that."
When she was asked why Cheryl had stopped following her on Twitter, Sarah previously told OK! "Why don't you ask Cheryl? I don't know. It's got nothing to do with me. I've got Cheryl's number – we don't have to prove we're friends online.
"For me, it's not a publicity contest. I don't follow other celebrities to try and befriend them and gain public support.
"I’m a private person and if I want to speak to any of the girls, then I'll call them."
Meanwhile, last week Nadine Coyle lifted the lid on the bitter feud that led to the Girls Aloud split.
The singer opened up on the explosive secrets behind the band's shocking breakup - and placed the blame firmly on Cheryl, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh.
"It was fine at the start but there's always politics in any band," Nadine told The Sun.
"It just happened that I always got more vocals than everybody else, so in terms of people wanting their voice heard, that wasn't happening. And it made people, very bitter. They didn't like that."
She insinuated that the other singers were jealous that she had the best vocals, leading to a clear divide in the band.