Get ready, 90s kids! English boy band Blue – known for their unforgettable hits like “All Rise” and “One Love”, is making a comeback in 2020.
Member Duncan James, known for his role as Ryan Knight in British soap opera “Hollyoaks”, revealed the news in an interview with Celebs Now.
The 40-year-old singer said that the band plans to do something special in 2020 which would be the band’s 20th anniversary.
“2020 is our 20-year anniversary, so we’re going to do something special. We love getting in the studio and singing together,” he said.
Formed in 2000, the band is known for several iconic hits like “Fly By”, “Get Down On It”, “U Make Me Wanna”, “Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word”, “If You Come Back”, and more.
Comprising of James, Lee Ryan, Antony Costa, and Simon Webbe, Blue went on a hiatus in 2005, but regrouped at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest.
Though the band never officially broke up after that, the members have been involved in several solo projects of their own.
According to James, all this while, the members have stayed as good friends and still keep in touch with each other.
“We’re super close. I never had any brothers or sisters, but they are my brothers, and we all really care about each other. We’ve got our little WhatsApp group, which we send funny things on and cuss each other about,” James added.
James also revealed that Blue will be going on a tour with with British dance-pop group Steps, Danish eurodance group Aqua, and Finnish singer Saara Aalto this June.
Source: Celebs Now