If being whisked away to a luxury island with eighties heart-throb Simon Le Bon was a teenage dream, there is a now a chance to make it come true.
Adoring fans of Birmingham band Duran Duran can now live with their idols on a luxury island.
There is only one catch - it isn't real.
The pop icons are set to become the first band to join an online "virtual world" called Second Life.
The five original members - Simon Le Bon, John Taylor, Roger Taylor, Andy Taylor and Nick Rhodes - will have web characters, called avatars, that will live on a fantasy island and perform live 'virtual' concerts. Second Life, which was launched in 2003, is a 3D world that allows people to create characters that 'live' online.
It currently has a population of over 350,000 residents from 100 countries around the globe.
Residents create and build the world, set up businesses and trade. It has its own passport and currency - the Linden Dollar - which can be exchanged for US dollars.
"Second Life has brought a third dimension to the internet - it is the new frontier where dreams have become reality," said band keyboardist Nick Rhodes.
"Whatever you can imagine is now possible. When the video revolution began we instantly saw the opportunity to experiment and explore a new form of expression to enhance the musical experience. Our community will be able to help develop the island into a fully functional, futuristic utopia, where you can never be quite sure what to expect.
"All visitors are welcome!" The band has appointed London-based virtual world designers Rivers Run Red to create the five Duran Duran avatars and the band's bespoke island.
Creative director Justin Bovington said: "For the first time a major international band is using a virtual world as a branded, immersive experience.
"We're working directly with the band members to ensure fans get the ultimate Duran Duran experience."
Duran Duran has already built up a reputation for embracing new technology. In 1981, they were the first group to release an extended video for a song. The 12" dance mix of Girls On Film was immediately banned by the BBC and MTV.
On their 1984 US tour they were the first band to use live video cameras and videoscreens. In 1997, the band made the first track download, Electric Barbarella, available on the internet and, in 2000, produced the first video using Macromedia Flash software.
This latest move to embrace the internet is part of a marketing strategy by the band that will also see the launch of a mobile downloads shop and a new website.
Peter Wells-Thorpe, president of Duran Duran's marketing agency 3003 Group, said it was a fantastic opportunity for the band.
"Duran Duran will actually live a second life 'in-world', controlling their own avatars live and doing things ordinary pop stars can only dream about in the real world," he said.