The legendary 2000s boy band drops a HUGE hint that they are getting back together 18 years after splitting up

A LEGENDARY 2000s boy band dropped a HUGE hint today that they are reuniting 18 years after splitting up.

The group first topped the UK charts in 2002 before disbanding in 2005.

Noughties boy band V have hinted they would get back together


Noughties boy band V have hinted they would get back togetherPhoto credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd
The band teased fans with this picture


The band teased fans with this picturePhoto credit: Instagram
The group had a large following in its heyday


The group had a large following in its heydayPhoto credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd

V was a British five-piece boy band consisting of Anthony Brant, Aaron Buckingham, Mark Harle, Kevin McDaid and Leon Pisani.

Antony came up with the band name “V” because V is the Roman numeral for five and the band had five members.

The band debuted at the same time as McFly, supporting Busted’s arena tour in spring 2004

During their time together, they had several top ten singles, including their debut single “Blood, Sweat, and Tears.”

However, in March 2005, V announced their decision to split on their website, stating: “It just didn’t turn out as big for us as we would have liked.”

But after 18 years of absence, they gave fans a glimmer of hope today.

After creating a brand new Instagram page, they teased fans with a clip of their logo – hinting that they were getting back together.

Her followers immediately commented: “I can’t handle this 😫 I can’t wait to find out what these guys have in store.”

While another said: “I can’t wait!!”

He was excited: “I’m not really sure I can find the right words.”

Meanwhile, it was recently announced that another 2000s boy band is also teaming up for a new tour.

Duncan James recently announced on Good Morning Britain that he and the boys from Blue are going back on tour.

He said: “We’re doing a special tour, a greatest hits tour, we could lock down your city very soon.”

“There will be many stories, a lot has happened in the last two decades.”

They later posted a clip on their official Instagram in which Simon Webbe told fans: “Our Greatest Hits tour tickets go on sale from 9am on Wednesday.”

Anthony Costa added: “And on general sale from Friday at 9am.”

Duncan said, “I can’t wait to see you there!”

While many fans were overjoyed to hear this NewsSome were disappointed by the limited dates.

One wrote: “Aren’t you coming to Cardiff??”

Another said: “Why no Welsh dates?”

Someone else wrote: “Aren’t you coming to Dublin?” And a fourth added: “I hope you come to Ireland.”

The boys – including Lee Ryan – enjoyed great success in the early noughties with their hits such as “All Rise”, “Too Close”, “Fly By” and “One Love”.

They also recorded three number one albums in the UK before taking a break in 2005.

Blue first reunited in 2011 when they represented Britain at the Eurovision Song Contest.

Jake Nichol

Jake Nichol is a Nytimas U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Jake Nichol joined Nytimas in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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