Steps are doing a four-part documentary for Living. That's Living the channel, rather than in the sense of putting food on the table, although both interpretations may apply in this instance. The idea is that it will pave the way for a comeback, in the same way that the ITV1 Take That documentary made everyone go "oh actually it wouldn't be too awful having that lot around again would it".
So the question is: should Steps be allowed to make a comeback?
Sorry Steps. 'Steps Gold' is one of the best greatest hits albums of the last twenty years, but you lost your right to make a comeback when at least two of your members started making 'proper' music after the band split because, they said, that is what they were into all along. You lose your right to make a comeback when your members turn their backs on the PURE AND AMAZING pop music you once recorded. You lose your right to make a comeback when it is obvious that you are only doing it because nothing else has worked for any of you. You lose your right to make a comeback when it's really just a TV show you're making in a bid to boost profile, and you lose your right to make a comeback when the show you're making will be high profile enough to make you look ridiculous but viewed by such a small audience that it won't work as a springboard for a decent comeback.
So no. No, Steps, you may not make a comeback. Fuck you Steps. Fuck you and the quad bikes you rode in on.
PS: If your song is somehow amazing let's just forget we said any of that.
THE GREATEST STEPS SONG IN THE HISTORY OF STEPS SONGS:[youtube]U9jXTQ9gMcw[/youtube]