"TRL" fans, rejoice: the Backstreet Boys' Howie Dorough will join Britney Spears for a pop star reunion on her "Femme Fatale" tour next month.
The singer, who will open for Brit on her upcoming South American dates, will release his solo debut, "Back to Me," on Nov. 15.
"I'm so excited that I'm going [to be] joining @britneyspears on several dates of the Femme Fatale tour! Can't wait to see all my lovelies in Argentina, Chile, Peru, Colombia, and Venezuela!! VIP info will be coming next week," Dorough tweeted.
While the two may have risen to fame competing on the defunct MTV video countdown show, their careers continue to flourish a decade later: Spears' "Criminal" video has notched over a million views since its debut last week, while Dorough and the rest of the Boys will continue their tour with New Kids on the Block as NKOTBSB in Europe next spring.
Dorough's dates with Britney will go from Nov. 20-28, wrapping up before a Backstreet Boys performance in the Bahamas on Dec. will that mark the return of fifth member Kevin Richardson.
"I would love to perform with them again on a more regular basis," Richardson, who left the group in 2006, told Ryan Seacrest recently. "Our chemistry when we come together just feels like old times."