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Liam Payne has shared a bizarre snippet from a fake FaceTime call with his former One Direction co-star Harry Styles.
The Strip That Down hit maker, 26, sparked rumours of a reunion very soon with his TikTok video, as fans predicted something is going to happen on July 23.
Sharing an apparent screen recording from his phone, Liam began calling his pal, who was saved under the name "H".
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Harry picks up the phone, as Liam says: "Hey man."
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Watermelon Sugar singer Harry replies: "Hey, how's it going, good?"
But Harry's face was just a video clip in the background, where the singer appears to be smiling a lot.
Liam answered back: "Yeah good. Someone's got the giggles."
The clip of Harry showing off his cheesy grin continued on a loop as Liam paused to say: "It's getting weird now - I'll speak to you later?"
There's no response from Harry before Liam pulls a face and ends the call on his pal.
But 1D fans have taken the surprise call as a sign that the boys will reunite to celebrate the former band's 10th anniversary at the end of the month.
At first, they slammed Liam for "teasing" them with the video clip, with one writing: "Liam you didn't have to hurt me like that why would you do that."
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As another penned: "IS THIS ACTUALLY REAL OR AM I JUST DREAMING."
"OMG DONT EVEN PLAY WITH ME LIKE THIS IM SCREAMING," a third commented.
The boy band will mark a whole decade since they first became a sensation with fans, which other TikTok viewers excitedly pointed out.
One wrote, "'See you later' omfg" while another guessed, "How dare you play with my emotions like this Liam. 22 more days!!"
"SOMETHING IS GOING TO HAPPEN ON THE 23RD JULY," another quipped.
The group, which included Liam and Harry, as well as Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, and Louis Tomlinson, became a global hit when they formed in 2010 on The X Factor.
They later split in 2015 after Zayn left the boy band in March the same year, but have since teased their fans by saying a reunion is on the cards.
"I'll give you the answer I give everyone else: It's inevitable," Louis has previously said to the BBC.
"I don't know when, we don't know when," he added. "I think we'd be stupid not to get back together."
Let's hope something will happen, boys!
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