Legendary pop production trio STOCK, AITKEN AND WATERMAN are planning on making a comeback with a new reality TV show. The British team - MIKE STOCK, MATT AITKEN and PETE WATERMAN - oversaw stars including Kylie Minogue, Bananarama, Jason Donovan and Pete Burns during their late 1980s/early 1990s heyday. Stock, Aitken and Waterman have spent the last few months writing songs and seeking out new acts. The team has also moved into London studios to construct a new television show. An insider tells British newspaper The Sun, "They have been busy developing their television format and, with their experience and track record, the winner of that contest could end up a huge star. "It is also their 21st anniversary this year so everything will tie into that. They reckon the timing's perfect for a comeback."
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