It looks like Westlife have teamed up with Ed Sheeran for their comeback song
What a duo.
On Sunday, we reported that Westlife would be making a comeback.
Industry bosses said the reunion is "definitely happening", but it will be without Brian McFadden.
The group will also be moving from Simon Cowell's label in favour of Universal Music.
Now we're sure that this news already has you over the moon, but it gets better.
The Irish Sun are reporting that Ed Sheeran has secretly written the boyband's comeback song.
A source told the newspaper: “Westlife have really been pulling out all the stops for their big comeback and were desperate to get Ed on board. It took quite some time to pull together and has been done totally behind closed doors, but he has finally given them the right record to make it happen."
"Having Ed involved is a huge coup," the source added.
"They think he will give them a contemporary edge for their reunion. They have already recorded the song and are delighted with the results. They’re just pulling together the final promo details including a video before they unveil it.
"It’s going to be huge."
This isn't the first time Ed Sheeran will have written a hit for another artist.
He wrote Justin Bieber's song 'Love Yourself' in 2016, which was definitely one of the bangers of the year.
If it's anything like that then we're in for a treat.