BRITAIN'S Got Talent bosses are in talks with Collabro to reunite the band on camera for its upcoming Champions show.
The musical theatre group won BGT all the way back in 2014.
And now they're set to make a comeback on Simon Cowell's telly spinoff- minus Richard Hadfield, who quit the band three years ago.
A source close to the band told The Sun Online: "BGT producers are desperate to get the whole band back together as it would make great TV to show them talking through their issues and working things out – then reuniting on stage together.
"It would spark interest in the band again and they think viewers would love to see them back together as they were then."
Another said: "The band as they are now have been in talks with BGT, Richard left years ago so there's no reason why he would be part of it."
Producers are desperate to reunite them on stage so they can cover their issues and making up on camera after a bitter feud saw Richard quit.
He made the decision to leave the group after performance on a Britain's Got Talent 10 year anniversary special in 2016.
He said that relations were tense and other members were unhappy producers used him as the lead singer and he got more air time than them.
They haven't spoken since.
Since quitting Collabro, Richard has gone turned into something of a hunk – and has proudly been showing off his physique on social media.
Britain's Got Talent: The Champions will see fan-favourite finalists, winners and other contestants from across the globe compete in an all-star series.
It is thought that Susan Boyle, Paul Potts, Tokio Myers, and Collabro are among the UK acts to have been asked to return to the stage.
The American version of the show proved a big hit and saw the likes of Boyle and Lost Voice Guy competing.
The official line-up of judges is yet to be revealed.
But, it is likely to be the four current BGT judges.
This means Simon will be joined by David Walliams, Amanda Holden, and Alesha Dixon.
Ant and Dec are also likely to host the show.
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