Duncan James shows off amazing vocals in live performance after sharing plans to reunite with Blue

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He was part of one of the biggest boybands in the UK, and now Duncan James has once again shown why he deserves that accolade after impressing with his amazing vocals.

The singer, who will be starring on the new celebrity series of The Circle, appeared live on Mecca Bingo's website on Thursday to give his fans a treat with a special performance.

The 42 year old crooned to song All I Care About (Is Love) from the musical Chicago and appeared to be in his element.

Duncan wore a white shirt with a pair of black jeans and smart leather boots as he belted out the musical number.

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The dad-of-one's live performance comes after he shared plans to reunite with his band Blue for their 20th anniversary this year.

Speaking about reuniting with Antony Costa, Simon Webbe and Lee Ryan, Duncan told The Sun in December: "We were wanting to do something for our 20th anniversary but at the moment lockdown has meant it's been difficult to get together.

"It's not been easy. There could be something in the pipeline as we're really good mates."

The group originally formed in 2000 and released their debut album All Rise in 2001.

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Blue sold over 15 million records around the world and worked with icons in the music industry such as Sir Elton John and Stevie Wonder.

In 2005, the four-piece announced they were going on a hiatus in a bid to work on their solo careers.

They reunited in 2012 and then once again in 2017 but their record deal was not renewed again.

But after reaching their 20th anniversary in 2020, fans might not have to wait much longer for their favourite band to reunite.

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A source close to the stars told The Sun: "They feel really proud that they have stood the test of time and many of their songs are still played on the radio now.

"Getting to a huge milestone like their 20th anniversary is not something that they could allow to pass by without celebration.

"They know they have a loyal fanbase who they love to entertain so it's safe to say it's going to be a Blue extravaganza in 2021," the insider explained.

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