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Boy band O-Town plans to reunite

O-Town released their second and last album, "O2," in November 2002.
By Annie Martin Follow @littlemannie   |   April 1, 2014 at 3:44 PM

Early 2000s boy band O-Town plans to reunite after a ten-year hiatus.

The band released a video on their official YouTube channel Monday that announces their intent to reunite.

O-Town first came to fame in 2000 when they starred in the first season of MTV's Making the Band. The five final members of the band were Jacob Underwood, Erik-Michael Estrada, Trevor Penick, Dan Miller and Ashley Parker Angel. All but Angel will return for the reunion.

"This time is different, clearly for one reason -- there is only us," the boys say in the video. "There's no big manager. There's no big label... It's just us and our love for music."

"It's now or never," O-Town says.

Rumors say the band has signed a record deal and will release a new album sometime in 2014. O-Town released their second and last album, O2, in November 2002.

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