They've crossed the Waterline… Jedward reward their 650,000 followers with a wet look topless picture
17:34 GMT, 5 July 2012
As there quest for world domination continues, Jedward reached what they believed to be a milestone.
The terrible twins managed to attain 650,000 followers on their Twitter account and rewarded their fans in their own imitable way.
The 20-year-old singers posted a topless picture of themselves from their Waterline music video on the social network site to thank both their new and old followers.
Naked ambition: Jedward stripped off to thank their fans for reaching 650,000 followers on Twitter
They added a caption with the photograph: 'Thanks for following us! You asked for it here you go! 650000 followers.'
The singing duo, real names John and Edward Grimes, posed with their normally big quiff hair, wet, and almost no clothes on.
They stood with one of them wrapping his arm around the other and appeared to be wearing black boxer shorts for the intimate shot.
Wet again: The twins performed Waterline, earlier this year at the 2012 Eurovision song contest
The Irish act first leaped to fame on the sixth series of The X Factor in 2009, and even though they finished sixth in the competition, they went on to be a success.
Under the guidance of their manager Louis Walsh, the boys have released two double platinum selling albums in Ireland called Planet Jedward and Victory.
Their third studio album, Young Love, has also been a number one smash in their home country but, it has failed to chart anywhere else.
The running men: The boys jogged with the Olympic Flame on the Torch Relay leg through Dublin
Popular kids: Jedward are bona fide celebrities in Ireland and have appeared in Pantomime
The patriotic twins have also represented Ireland for the last two years at the Eurovision song contest, and finished in 8th with 119 points in 2011, and in 19th place with 46 points this year.
Jedward have become bona fide superstars in Ireland and have also performed in pantomime as well as carried the Olympic Flame on the Torch Relay leg through Dublin.