Huge noughties band reveals they’re going on tour next year to celebrate two decades together | The Sun
A HUGE noughties band has revealed they're going on tour next year to celebrate two decades together.
The group first stormed the UK charts in 2001 and went on to sell more than 15m records worldwide.
Stepping in for showbiz correspondent Richard Arnold on Good Morning Britain today, Duncan James told how he and the boys from Blue are going on the road again.
He said: "We are putting on a special tour, a greatest hits tour, we could be putting your city on lockdown very soon.
"There will be lots of stories, lots has happened in the last two decades."
They later posted a clip on their official Instagram, with Simon Webbe telling fans: "Our Greatest Hits tour tickets on presale from 9am on Wednesday."
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Anthony Costa added: "And on general sale from Friday at 9am."
Duncan said: "Can't wait to see you there!"
While many fans were overjoyed to hear the news, some were left disappointed with the limited dates.
One wrote: "Are you not coming to Cardiff??"
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Another said: "Why no Welsh dates?"
Someone else wrote: "Are you not coming to Dublin?" And a fourth added: "Hope you come to Ireland."
The boys – also including Lee Ryan – enjoyed huge success in the early noughties with their hits including All Rise, Too Close, Fly By and One Love.
They also scored three UK number albums before going on hiatus in 2005.
Blue got back together for the first time in 2011 when they represented the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest.
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