We've been hearing whispers of a potential One Direction reunion for months now, but while there's still no official word on the band getting back together for a live performance, we do have some good news when it comes to their 10th anniversary plans later this month.
It's been revealed that the group, who have been on hiatus since 2016, will be offering fans an immersive experience as they launch a brand new website on July 23, which marks the official date of their anniversary.
"To celebrate this date, alongside the fan frenzy, there will be a brand new 1D anniversary website, a 10 year celebration video especially made for their fans, and interactive playlists and activations across digital platforms," the band's publicist said.
The special video will "document highlights of the band's career, from forming on The X Factor to releasing their single 'History', including clips from music videos, performances and candid behind the scenes video content. And of course the special relationship they have with their fans." Sounds good, right?
Back in April, Liam opened up about the anniversary, telling James Corden on The Late Late Show: "I can't say too much. Louis told me off for revealing a bit about our plans the other day. So I had a group telling off on the group chat.
"I'm not allowed to say too much obviously because I would be giving it away. We've been speaking a lot more at the moment, I think we are all feeling that that ten year...it's a very special moment."
Meanwhile, Niall shared: "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."
So it doesn't exactly sound like Liam, Niall, Harry and Louis will be getting back together for a live performance any time soon, but we'll take anything we can get at this point. Exciting.
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