Ever since One Direction announced their hiatus back in 2015, fans have been desperately waiting for news of a reunion, and it seems the conversations are happening.
Niall Horan told Jamie Redknapp on Redknapp's Home Fixture that although the band have been "chatting" about a reunion, nothing has been confirmed or planned.
"There's been a bit of talk about it because in July it's 10 years since the band got together, so everyone's been waiting to see if anything's going to happen.
"We've been chatting about it, little bits and pieces that we can do, but nothing in terms of getting the band back together, so for now, no."
Niall might be downplaying things, but with it being the band's 10-year anniversary this year (yes, we do feel ancient) there seems to be a lot of talk about a reunion.
Liam recently revealed he wants to do something for their big anniversary, and seemed very excited about getting back on stage with his 1D pals.
"Obviously, we know it's a very big anniversary and we definitely want to do something," Liam told People while promoting his Alessio collaboration 'Midnight'.
"I mean, it's a tough one. I can't promise any reunion plans because it just isn't it right now. I always put it down to music language because everyone's releasing at the moment with like two years worth of promo.
"But, you know, it still seems very hopeful in that department. I'm starting to think it's gonna happen at some point. So it's exciting." We'll just have to wait a bit longer then.
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