The 'Ghetto Romance' hitmakers regrouped for the second series of The Big Reunion, but are now gearing up to chart their musical comeback with their own spin-off show.
Jade Jones, Rahsaan J Bromfield, Andrez Harriott and Noel Simpson are set to be followed around by cameras to give viewers an insight into their private lives and also to help aspiring musicians to get into the business.
While talks are in the early stages, a source exclusively tells Reveal: "The boys have already met with producers and conversations are continuing to take place. The band are very excited to have been approached."
Damage first mentioned the possibility of starring in their own reality show earlier this week.
Jade, who is engaged to former Spice Girl Emma Bunton, told The Sun: "It's a music-led documentary - not just solely about us - but there will be other elements involved."
Damage currently appear in the new series of The Big Reunion, minus original member Coreé Richards, who decided to go solo.
However, in future episodes of the show, viewers will see all five members come face-to-face as they address the rise and fall of their fame.
R&B band Damage formed in 1996 and split in 2001, shortly after Coreé parted ways with the group.
In 2011, the remaining four regrouped and began performing a series of small gigs around the country, up until the beginning of this year, when they joined Eternal, A1, 3T, Girl Thing and newly-formed group 5th Story on The Big Reunion.
The Big Reunion continues on Thursday 13 March at 9pm on ITV2.
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