Duncan James' Blue reunion
British boyband Blue have not ruled out a reunion, Duncan James has revealed
Blue have not ruled out a reunion.
The British boyband - consisting of Duncan James, Lee Ryan, Antony Costa and Simon Webbe - are considering following in the footsteps of Take That and Boyzone and getting back together for a short greatest hits tour.
Duncan said: "Ever since we split up there have been rumours and it just makes me laugh. I think it just comes when there's nothing to write.
"If we ever do anything, it'll be a few tour dates doing our old songs - but we wouldn't go back to recording new stuff."
Antony recently revealed the band were considering reforming without Duncan.
He said: "Everyone said the Take That comeback wouldn't work without Robbie Williams, but they were so wrong.
"We know the fans want it and we're up for it. It could be Duncan's loss, but we're going to talk it through and plan something for the New Year."
Blue broke up in 2005 after four successful years together. The band sold seven million records - all five of their albums was a UK number one - with three number one hit singles 'Too Close', 'If You Come Back' and 'Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word', featuring Sir Elton John.