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Mobile spy 911 2009

In their five years together, 911 scored ten UK top 10 singles. They sold 10 million singles and 6 million albums around the world, [1] and were very popular in South East Asia , where their first two albums went to number one. [2] They announced their split in February 2000. [3]

911 had their first top 10 hit in 1996 with " Don't Make Me Wait ", which reached number 10. [5] Nine more successive UK top 10 hits followed, including " Bodyshakin' " (which became their signature song); " Private Number " and the UK chart-topper " A Little Bit More ". [5] During this time, 911 released three studio albums, The Journey (1997), Moving On (1998), There It Is (1999), all of which hit the top 20 on the UK Albums Chart . They also sold out 35 theatre dates in just 30 minutes for their first headline tour. In Malaysia, The Journey was number one for 20 weeks and every one of their singles was number one as well.

911 reunited in 2012, along with Atomic Kitten , Liberty X , B*Witched , Five and Honeyz , for the ITV2 documentary series The Big Reunion , [16] a show which would feature the bands reuniting for the first time in several years and undergoing two weeks of intense rehearsals ahead of a comeback performance some time in 2013. The show began airing on 31 January 2013, and the second episode, which aired on 7 February, featured Lee, Jimmy and Spike talking about their time together and the difficulties that came with being in a band.

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