Twenty-eight years after pop duo Wham! parted ways, one half of the '80s band, George Michael, hinted the pair could be reuniting very soon!
In interviews with two separate publications, the 51-year-old talked about former bandmate Andrew Ridgeley and the relationship they currently have.
When asked by Q Magazine about his biggest regret, the singer responded, "Splitting Wham!…Also, not asking Kate Moss to join," he joked.
After creating hits such as "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" and "Club Tropicana," Wham! decided to split in 1986 when George decided to pursue a solo career.
Though Andrew, also 51, has largely remained out of the public eye since then, George revealed to Mojo magazine he saw his old bandmate earlier this year. "He came round and cooked," he said.
The musician also shared the pair "were talking about a reunion at Glastonbury in the fallow year." The duo, which sold more than 25 million records, last performed together at an after party following George's performance at the 2012 Olympics.
News of the possible reunion contradicts recent reports that the hit-maker had "gone off the radar" and was becoming a recluse. The Daily Mail claims George only allows his best friend and co-writer David Austin to visit him at his North London mansion, while he continues to "shut himself off from the world."