Boy band JLS could be set for a long-awaited reunion this year, according to member JB Gill.
The singer confirmed the four friends had talked about getting the old band back together "when the time was right."
Speaking to The Sun, Gill said: "We are all very much in touch, we’re still brothers.
"We met up recently, a few weeks back, and we’ve always said when the time’s right we could do something."
JLS first caught the public eye on talent show X Factor in 2008, and despite finishing runners-up to eventual winner Alexandra Burke, the boy band landed a recording contract and went on to score five number one singles in the UK.
Their debut album - featuring the singles 'Beat Again', 'One Shot' and 'Everybody in Love' - sold over one million copies, and their next two records went platinum.
But following the release of their Greatest Hits album, the group split in 2013.
After a long hiatus, the first rumblings of a JLS reunion surfaced in November.
Now it appears these rumours may be grounded in reality.
Stay tuned for updates.