It has been a much asked question over the years as to whether or not the One Direction boys will ever get back together.
And now it finally looks like it could be a possibility, as Liam Payne teased at their reunion.
The 24-year-old dropped a huge hint that the lads might be plotting a comeback while he spoke about his gal Cheryls new album.
Talking to Radio 1 host Clara Amfo, he said: It just gives us a new string to our bow if we can all sing great on our own and then if we ever get together again at some point – which I know people often ask – you know, it will be great if we did a show where all five of us did a mini One Direction festival.
All five members doing a mini One D festival? Yes please!
Liam then quickly changed the topic and spoke about Cheryls new tunes, telling fans to expect some really cool tracks.
The Fight For This Love songstress has been teasing her fans with a musical comeback for quite some time, and despite it being four years since the release of her latest album Only Human, Cheryl is now set for a much anticipated return.
Her Girls Aloud buddy Nicola Roberts, may have leaked a clip from one of the tracks on her Instagram story, and now Liam has revealed a little bit more of what we can expect as we edge closer to its release.
He said: Honestly, Ive heard some great things. Shes got some really, really cool tracks. And I think its nice for where we both are in life.
What she says is nice. Shes done really well.
Liams words about Cheryl were so much more complimentary this time round, than the time he appeared on Radio 1 Breakfast Show, where he called her while she was on the toilet.
Liam was chatting with Nick Grimshaw on the Radio 1 Breakfast Show ahead of his solo Live Lounge debut, when he decided to enlist Cheryl to answer questions about how big their Radio 1 entourages would be.
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