'Late Night' host Jimmy Fallon let the cat out of the bag this afternoon. "Bell Biv Devoe reuniting on the show tomorrow night!!!" Fallon wrote on his Twitter page earlier today. The New Edition spin-off group -- comprised of Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins and Ronnie DeVoe -- is now a trending topic.

The trio is best known for their mega-hit 'Poison,' from their 1990, four-times platinum debut album of the same name. Since then they put out two albums, 1993's 'Hootie Mack' and 2001's 'BBD,' the latter which was met with poor reviews. Despite touring together and the occasional New Edition reunion show, it's been a 10-year hiatus since their last album dropped and eager fans are tweeting for a BBD comeback.

"We're anxious to return because we have such a hunger and desire to perform," DeVoe said around the time of the 'BBD' release. And while it is unclear whether Bell Biv DeVoe will be performing new music or a classic, or sitting down to chat with funny man Fallon, a live reunion is pending! 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,' which also boasts the coolest house band in the late night talk show circuit -- The Roots -- airs weeknights at 12:35AM/11:35PM CST.

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