Anyone able to walk and talk in the 1990s will fondly remember British all-girl pop group All Saints.
The foursome have reformed and will be travelling to Australia early next year to play all their hits – including Never Ever and Pure Shores.
While promoting their tour, Nicole Appleton, Natalie Appleton, Melanie Blatt, Shaznay Lewis appeared on Sunrise on Wednesday morning, but things didn't exactly go as planned.
Things didn't get off to the best start when Sunrise presenter Edwina Bartholomew greeted the band who appeared live on cross from the UK where it was almost midnight.
"Good morning to you all and thank you so much for joining us," Eddie began.
However, she didn't pause after her greeting to wait for a response, instead continuing straight onto her first question.
"Never Ever topped the charts in 1997," she continued.
"20 years on it's still a great song, we hear it on the radio, Melanie let's start with you, why do you think your music has endured?"
The band then appeared to laugh nervously before saying "good morning".
From there thing didn't really pick up as it seemed the band were struggling to keep up with the conversation due to the delay in the telecast.
In fact, Nicole spent most of the interview looking at someone off camera and giggling nervously.
To see the strange interview unfold, check out the videos above.