Kym Marsh has admitted that Hear'Say have held discussions about reuniting to mark the 20th anniversary of the band's formation next year.
The five-piece pop band - also including Myleene Klass, Danny Foster, Suzanne Shaw and Noel Sullivan - formed on the seminal reality series Popstars in 2001 and had a brief but bright existence, calling it quits just the following year.
Earlier this week it was reported that the group had begun messaging each other over the coronavirus lockdown and, appearing on Tuesday's edition of The One Show, Marsh confirmed that tentative talks over a reunion have taken place.
"It's been lockdown and everyone's kind of been trying to reach out to people that maybe they haven't spoken to in a while," she said.
"We have reconnected and we've had some wonderful Zoom chats reminiscing about old times and I'm not going to lie, we have talked about 20 years next year.
"We were the first reality TV show of its kind and it would be silly for us not to kind of think about perhaps giving a nod to that, but there's nothing set in stone, we have no idea but maybe."
Klass, who is currently training for the next series of Dancing On Ice, is said to be unlikely to take part in any potential reunion.