“Everyone’s having their own success on their own. I’m enjoying what I’m doing.”
On if he would get back with the band, he added: “Of course, if everyone wanted to do it, I’d be down for it.
“You kind of need to all get in the same room and have the chat, but I don’t know when that would be.”
He said: “Having the same opinion is going to be always hard. Unless everyone was completely in, I wouldn’t want to do it. I wouldn’t want to half force someone into doing it.”
The possibility of a reunion is still up in the air, as no official announcement has been given just yet.
However, the odds are in the fans’ favour, as leading bookmaker Ladbrokes recently gave 1/5 odds on 1D getting back together in 2021.
On The Jonathan Ross Show, Niall was also asked if he was a godfather to any of the children the 1D boys had produced yet.
He replied he “would have liked to have been. Maybe the next one”.
During his interview with the talk show host, Niall also reminisced about the chaos of being in One Direction during the height of their fame.
“And you’re thinking: ‘I’m not leaving here for a coffee today.’”
He added: “I’m only 27 now and I’ve been in the industry for 10 years.”
The Jonathan Ross Show airs Saturday, May 29, at 9:30pm on ITV and ITV Hub.
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