Hear’Say could be on the verge of making a comeback after the band held secret talks before the second national lockdown.
It has been reported that the group are thinking of marking the 20th anniversary of them winning ITV reality show Popstars.
Former Coronation Street star Kym Marsh has set up a WhatsApp group with Myleene Klass, with thoughts of thrashing out how a reunion could happen.
Touring the UK was one of the suggestions and the other members of the group, Noel Sullivan, Suzanne Shaw and Danny Foster, are all thought to have met up in September.
A source has told The Sun that as Hear’Say are “one of the original reality groups to come good” then there could be an appetite for them to reform, especially as they are “something of a cult band.”
There has been a big demand for bands from the nineties and noughties to reform, with Spice Girls leading the way last year.
The source added that they have “exchanged a series of messages about a reunion,” and that they have been “proposing a few tour dates and a couple of one-off TV appearances, as well as a possible ITV documentary.”
Despite these plans, it would seem that Myleene is going to turn down the chance to join her former bandmates on their nostalgia trip.
The source said that she “didn’t think the time was right for her.”
It has been a marked difference to when the band originally split, with Myleene and Kym falling out and the former quitting after just 18 months.
The group was over in 2002 but not before they had reached the top spot in the charts on two occasions.
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