Mention children's entertainment programme Hi-5 and you would probably associate it with preschoolers.
But Mary Lascaris, 23, the fresh-faced brunette of the popular Australian quintet which helms the TV show, would have you know that its fanbase extends beyond hordes of little tykes.
"In Indonesia, we have 16-year-olds literally going ecstatic at the sight of us," she said in a phone interview from Melbourne.
"Then, there are the mums and dads who are more into our song-and-dance routines than their kids. They get a really good workout."
Lascaris and fellow Hi-5 member Ainsley Melham, 21, are the newest members, joining the group in March after aceing nationwide auditions in Australia.
Their co-stars are Stevie Nicholson, 29, Lauren Brant, 24, and Dayen Zheng, 23.
Local fans of Hi-5 will be excited to know that they are bringing their latest Hi-5 House Party live tour to Singapore next month, the first full-length ticketed performance by the current line-up.
Past Hi-5 members of the show's 15-year history have gone on to work on other projects.
In 2009, Kellie Crawford, 39, part of the original group, created a furore when she did a raunchy shoot for lad mag Ralph, Australia's equivalent of FHM.