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6 January 2020, 17:26
One Direction’s official website has been updated and fans reckon it means the boys will reunite in 2020.
And the latest hint to fuel reunion excitement is that the stars’ website has been updated – it even reads ‘2020 Sony Music Entertainment’ at the bottom of the page.
“What do you mean One Direction website has 2020 on the bottom and it’s active again?” One fan demanded on Twitter.
“7 hours ago the One Direction website wasn’t working… now it works, what’s happening?” Asked another.
If that wasn’t enough, Liam reportedly said a film project is in the works to celebrate the band’s 10-year anniversary.
However, one person was quick to point out the site's date is of course updated every year.
me in 2020 finally thinking I'm over 1D— LUCY 🍓 loves ruka, anne & meera (@duhitsnialler) January 6, 2020
suddenly: One Direction documentary, website active, 2020 on the bottom of their page, radio stations tweeting about 1Dpic.twitter.com/Ni53aLXnXD
umm... WHY IS THE ONE DIRECTION WEBSITE BACK UP??— phia 🄷 𝐌𝐈𝐒𝐒𝐄𝐒 𝐇𝐀𝐑𝐑𝐘 (@harryxtimothee) January 6, 2020
According to JustJared, the ‘Stack It Up’ singer let the news slip while promoting his debut album, LP1, to Dubai’s City Times.
He reminisced to the publication: “It’s hard for me to remember specific gigs because it was a blur of planes and sound checks and screams.”
It was then that the father of one spilled info on the documentary, adding: “I think we filmed that show and it will be part of a documentary around an anniversary.”
One Direction was formed on The X Factor in 2010, with the boys reaching the semi-finals before soaring to global fame.
In 2016 they announced they would be taking a hiatus, less than a year after Zayn Malik quit the band, and each of the lads have had successful solo careers ever since.