One Direction Reunion Talks 'Under Way' As They 'Want To Make Something Happen'

14 April 2020, 08:46 | Updated: 14 April 2020, 08:53

One Dircection hit the red carpet in 2013
One Dircection hit the red carpet in 2013. Picture: Getty

Fans all over the world are getting excited a One Direction ten year anniversary could be a real possibility after a US publication reports talks are underway and could even include new music.

One Direction talks for a reunion are reportedly 'underway' according to Page Six, who say the band are looking at some way to celebrate their ten year anniversary and 'want to make something happen'.

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Sources told the US publication ideas for a reunion 'range from a TV special to a new single' but admit anything in the immediate future would have to be done 'virtually' due to the ongoing pandemic.

A Page Six source said: "There’s still a long way to go and a lot of hurdles. Obviously, at the moment anything they do would have to be done virtually.

"But there’s a lot of goodwill between them now and they want to make something happen."

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Liam, 26, also sent the rumour mill into overdrive speaking to a UK publication, admitting he's been talking with his former bandmates about the anniversary, saying he 'doesn't know what he's allowed to say'.

The 'Stack It Up' singer said: "We’ve got a 10-year anniversary coming up so we’ve all been speaking together a lot over the last few weeks which has been really nice."

"To hear a lot of people's voices and seeing old content and different things that we haven't seen for a long time or never seen before, it's very interesting."

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There are also rumours all the boys recently followed Zayn on Twitter, adding considerable fuel to the fire, however, others are claiming none of them unfollowed the 'Like I Would' singer in the first place.

Page Six continues on to cite a source 'close to the boys management' who said: “They’ve watched how the Rolling Stones have managed to keep the group together as well as their solo careers through the decades."

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