Dec 01, 2016 06:22 PM EST

One Direction News: Niall Horan Confirms 2017 Reunion

One Direction fans have the reason to rejoice because their favorite band is finally reuniting next year. This news was  stated and confirmed by Niall Horan, one of the members of the famous band.

"We will be back. We would be silly not to. Ridiculous!" It seems that the scattered members will one by one gather together again for a reunion.

One Direction was formed by "X-Factor" judge and reality show expert, Simon Cowell. He was the one who was greatly affected when the boys he fused together disbanded to go solo. This time, he will surely lend a hand to his former talents.

Despite their distance from each other, they are in constant communication. In a way, they are still one band but not performing together yet.

Fans are expecting a better One Direction next year. After experiencing and making music with other recording companies, they are much better when they comeback.

Undeniably, their fan base is still intact and strong. Once they go up the stage again, they are still behind them.

Liam Payne is still bound by a recording contract with Capitol Records. He might start a family soon but these will not hinder his desire to reunite with the rest of the boys. 2017 will not end without seeing the boys perform together again as reported by Morning News USA

Harry Styles is still doing films. Niall Horan has just released "Town." Louis Tomlinson is a full-time hands-on dad to Freddie Reign. However, they will be together again and head towards One Direction.

It has been a year since the group decided separated. Their last performance was at the "X-Factor 2015"stage. Cowell told them how proud he was of them and he said that they truly deserve to take a break after five years of hectic music-making.

Stay tuned for updates on the upcoming One Direction reunion and for more celebrity news.

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