Forget The Avengers, the real crossover event of the century could be on its way if Netflix manages to combine two of its most popular titles.
The Fab Five from the streaming platform's hit reality makeover show Queer Eye have recently expressed their interest in doing a crossover with Marie Kondo.
Kondo's hit series Tidying Up made headlines around the world when it released on Netflix with fans obsessing over her methods of decluttering and "sparking joy".
Many fans have begged for a crossover between the two, saying Kondo's ideals work in well with the Fab Five's mission to make people over from the inside out.
Speaking on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the Fab Five - Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Bobby Berk and Jonathan Van Ness – expressed their love for their fellow Netflix star.
When asked if they'd ever consider an "Avengers-style" crossover, Tan France responded: ""We pray for that".
Karamo Brown joked that Bobby Berk "might get a little upset" with the new addition but Jonathan van Ness insisted they had different areas of expertise.
He said: "Bobby taught me that everything in my house needs to be designed, like, in the room, based off your favorite objects.
"And then Marie, honey, she taught me to just get rid of all the stuff that doesn't spark my joy. So, I feel between those two things, it's so much good info."
It wouldn't be that much of a long shot for Netflix to make it happen either - they've already done a crossover between Queer Eye and cooking show Nailed It!.
There's no official word as yet, but at least we now know the Fab Five are ready to come to the party.