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They’ve got a whole lot of History … and Harry Styles isn’t willing to walk away from it forever just yet.

The 3-time Grammy winner opened up about the possibility of a future One Direction reunion during James Corden’s final “The Late Late Show” on Thursday.

“Yes or no, will there be a One Direction reunion? Will it ever happen?” said Styles as he read the question in the “Spill Your Guts or Eat Your Guts” segment.

“I fear that it’s not a yes or no question,” he answered. “I think I would never say never to that. If there was a time when we wanted to do it, I don’t see why we wouldn’t.”

One Direction — consisting of Styles, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne, and Zayn Malik announced they were going on “hiatus” in 2015, a year after Malik left the band and made the five-member crew a foursome.

Though the boyband said they’d be on an 18-month hiatus, they have yet to reunite and all members have gone on to pursue solo careers.

Corden — a longtime fan and supporter of One Direction — often invited some members of the band to appear on his “Carpool Karaoke” segment.

Styles and Horan, both 29, have both had weeklong stints as guests on the show during their solo careers and have been guest hosts of the show in Corden’s absence.

Earlier this month, it was reported that the boyband would reunite on the final episode of Corden’s late-night run.

But the show quickly shut down speculation on its official Twitter account, saying there was no truth to the rumor.

“Nobody loves the boys more than us … but this story just isn’t true,” the tweet said, in part.

Corden announced his departure from “The Late Late Show” in April 2022, just before renewing his contract for an eighth and final year.

The last broadcast of the late-night show took place Friday — and CBS aired a prime-time special earlier in the night to say its goodbyes.

Corden, who has hosted the show since March 2015, was joined by Tom Cruise, 60, for a big sketch during the special, as well as actor Will Ferrell, who demolished the host’s desk with a hammer.

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His final “Carpool Karaoke” segment, featured global phenomenon Adele, who was in the driver’s seat this time around.

During the 21-minute-long segment, the pair gushed over their decade-long friendship before the singer revealed why she would never become an EGOT winner.

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