British pop rockers McFly are set to lift the lid on the band's 10 years together by releasing their memoirs.
Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Dougie Poynter, and Harry Judd became a group in 2002, and hit the big-time two years later (04) with the release of their hit debut Room on the 3rd Floor.
They have since released four more records, and are still big stars in the U.K., with Poynter winning reality show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! earlier this year (12), and Judd waltzing his way to be crowned champion of Strictly Come Dancing in December.
The pop stars will now document their lives in the spotlight in a new book - and they've promised to reveal all.
Taking to his Twitter.com account, Fletcher writes, "Massive news, after almost 9 years (sic) we are writing our first Mcfly book. Our autobiography is coming later this year...we have Lots to tell!
"We've started talking through our lives and experiences of the past 10 years. We've seen and done some pretty crazy stuff.
"For those asking why there hasn't been a book sooner, we didn't want to do one of those tacky books only a couple of years into our career. We wanted to wait until we really had something to say, and we are now at that stage in our career where we can tell the Real stories."
The biography will be released through Transworld publishers later this year (12).