SOMEONE PLEASE HOLD ME, HUG ME, SAY YOU LOVE ME.

The most important thing ever in the entire world has just happened: Girls Aloud news.

According to Daily Star Sunday columnist James Ingham, the Almighty Aloud will reunite on November 19 to perform at the 100th Anniversary of the Royal Variety Performance. That’s right: Our Queens performing for the Queen.

From the Daily Star:

My Girls Aloud big gob told me: “Being asked to perform at the Royal Variety Show is massive for the band. “They performed in 2004 when they were at the height of their fame so it’s fitting that they would return eight years later. “It’s the Variety Show’s 100th anniversary and the line-up will be full of A-listers.

Not only that, they’ll be taping for a documentary called 10 Years of Girls Aloud for ITV, which will premiere after the X Factor UK results on Sunday, December 2:

My source added: “The weeks leading up to the big night will be captured in the documentary, which was given the green light by producers last month. “The programme will also look at the group’s rise to fame, their domination of the charts and their solo careers. “It will also have new interviews with all five members.”

And then, this whopper of a final sentence (which we already sort of knew and yet is still impossibly exciting)…

Other highlights being planned for the anniversary include new material, a tour and a possible Children In Need single.

A CHILDREN IN NEED SINGLE.

NEW MATERIAL.

A. TOUR.

I am physically, emotionally and spiritually overcome. Between this and the reunion of Mutya Keisha Siobhan