A popular boy band from the 1990s has sparked rumors that they will reunite with a huge hint.
The British group V – formed by Antony Brant, Aaron Buckingham, Mark Harle, Kevin McDaid and Leon Pisani – started in 2003 but was disbanded in 2005 after two years.
But now fans are wild that they could reunite 18 years later after creating a brand new Instagram page.
There they teased fans with a snippet of their logo, hinting that a comeback could be on the cards.
One fan of the group wrote underneath: “I can’t handle this, I can’t wait to find out what these guys have in store.”
Fun: A popular boy band from the 1990s has sparked rumors that they will reunite with a huge hint
Boys: British Group V – formed by Antony Brant, Aaron Buckingham, Mark Harle, Kevin McDaid and Leon Pisani – formed in 2003 but disbanded after two years in 2005 (seen in 2004)
A second wrote: ‘Can’t wait!!’, while a third said: ‘I’m not sure I have words!’
The band was formed in 2002 after auditions from Prestige Management.
They chose the band name ‘V’, suggested by Antony Brant as the Roman numeral for five, corresponding to the five members of the band.
In 2003, the band signed with Universal Records for their debut album and made their debut performance as the opening act for Busted on their Arena Tour in early 2004.
During their time together they had several Top Ten singles, including their debut single Blood, Sweat and Tears.
In February 2005, the band announced on their website that they had decided to split up because they felt that “the music right now isn’t quite ready for an all-singing and all-dancing boy band.”
It comes after it was revealed that another popular boy band, Blue, is getting back together.
Blue is making a huge comeback when the group announced last month that they are reuniting for a Greatest Hits Tour in 2024 to celebrate twenty years together.
Exciting: But now fans are going wild that they can reunite 18 years later after creating a brand new Instagram page
Here they are: They’ve chosen the band name ‘V’, suggested by Antony Brant as the Roman numeral for five, which corresponds to the five members of the band
Duncan James, 45, Lee Ryan, 40, Simon Webbe, 44, and Antony Costa, 42, are all ready to compete again for their 20th anniversaries.
Duncan announced the exciting news and appeared on Good Morning Britain.
Duncan replaced showbiz correspondent Richard Arnold and revealed the boys were hitting the road again.
The singer said: ‘Finally there’s a certain boy band touring with their biggest hits… queue for the music!’
With the Backstreet Boys playing in the background, he joked, “No, no, no, that’s the Backstreet Boys, that’s a little awkward. Sorry, can we please play the right music?
‘Yes, that’s more like it. Well, I have some great news that won’t make you feel down, because we’re putting on a special tour, a Greatest Hits Tour.
“We could shut down your town if we’re flying down low anytime soon, but instead of me telling you about it, I thought I’d get some of my friends to give you all the details.”
In a pre-filmed video of the three other band members, Lee said: “Good morning Britain, so we wanted to give Duncan a little bit of an exclusive because he’s replacing Richard.”
Simon added: “Yes, we are on our Greatest Hits Tour and we will be performing in theaters across the UK from April. So we really hope you’ll come along and celebrate two decades of music with us.”
Antony said: ‘We’re giving you all our greatest hits and there will be some stories too and yes… we have some great stories.’
Back to Duncan from the studio, he said, “Aww, I love you boys, my boys. We’re going on a Greatest Hits tour starting in Liverpool, don’t miss it.’
The Blue Boys will tour the UK in April and May 2024.
The band formed in 2000 and went on to release three studio albums titled All Rise, One Love and Guilty.
After announcing a hiatus in 2004, Duncan, Antony, Lee and Simon released their first compilation album, Best Of Blue.
The group first reunited in January 2011 and represented Great Britain in that year’s Eurovision Song Contest, where they finished in 11th place after performing I Can in Dusseldorf.
They released two more studio albums, their fourth Roulette in 2013 and their fifth Colors in 2015.
Exciting: It comes after it was announced that another boy band – Blue – is making a huge comeback with a Greatest Hits Tour in 2024
In 2013, they joined groups such as Liberty X, Atomic Kitten and 5ive to perform a one-off performance as part of The Big Reunion.
When their tour was due to start last September, it was postponed until December 2022 after bandmate Lee was arrested after acting ‘intimidating’ and ‘crazy’ on a flight from Glasgow to London City Airport on Sunday, according to reports.
The Blue singer allegedly assaulted cabin crew when they refused to serve him an alcoholic drink and he was handcuffed after the plane landed.
Ryan has previously spoken about his struggles with alcohol, after describing himself as a ‘good alcoholic’ for a decade.