The space ghettos were out in force last night for a musical performance that we'll always remember.

With very strong '90s nostalgia vibes last night, 'Derry Girls' episode two steamrolled ahead with a few nods to one of the biggest ever Irish sitcoms.

'Father Ted' played a major influence on the series last night, with the girlies having to practice a musical number for the school's 'Stars In Their Eyes'. Now, the performance was only concocted so that Michelle (Jamie-Lee O'Donnell) could get on the BBC, so naturally the pressure was on for the other four members of the group to step up their game.

Unfortunately, however, Erin (Saoirse-Monica Jackson) was distracted by the presence of a new hunky plumber ('Brassic' star Damien Molony) who seemed to be hitting it off very well with her mother (Tara Lynne O'Neill).

The episode came to a head when the five girls stepped out onto the stage as the one and only Spice Girls, singing a rendition of 'Who Do You Think You Are?' and looking all sorts of iconic.

All of their hard work didn't pay off, unfortunately, as Jenny and Aisling ended up on the telly for their Shakespeare Sister take on that '90s track 'Stay'.

Let's not forget the ponytailed priest (Peter Campion) and Sister (George) Micheal (Siobhán McSweeney) giving us serious Father Dick Byrne and Father Cyril MacDuff vibes.

Here's how fans reacted to last night's nostalgia-filled 'Derry Girls' episode.

Catch 'Derry Girls' every Tuesday night on Channel 4 or via catch-up on the All4 app.