One Direction have revealed how they'll be celebrating their landmark 10-year anniversary.
The boyband, made up of Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik, have been on hiatus since 2016, and fans were hoping the original five piece would reunite for the special milestone.
The chart-topping group will be launching a special '10 Years of One Direction' website on July 23, the official date of their anniversary, and will chart the history of the group, from their first audition on The X Factor right up to the start of their hiatus.
Celebrate 10 incredible years of @onedirection this month! 🙌🏻— Simon Jones (@simonjonespr) July 15, 2020
There will be a '10 Years of One Direction' anniversary website, a brand new anniversary celebration video for @YouTube, reformatted EPs and steaming partner activations.
All details here:https://t.co/PTqmUUlcTY
The website will also host an archive of music videos, artwork, TV performances, behind-the-scenes and rarely-seen content, all in one place.
There will also be a candid behind-the-scenes video marking their career, as well as reformatted EPs featuring B-sides and rare songs, remixes, live recordings and acoustic versions of songs being made available online.
Earlier this year, Horan told RTÉ Entertainment that it would be "stupid" for 1D not to reform and promised that the boy band would have an "even better time when we do it again."