Yup. She's said 15 or 20 YEARS. Say what?!
Speaking to Daily Star, Una shared her thoughts on when The Saturdays could get back together again and she suggested it won't be until the girlband reaches a milestone.
She said: "It's usually when a band is celebrating 15 or 20 years, but it would be a while before we can get to that point. It will be more interesting then too because of our solo careers."
"I imagine when the time comes and nostalgia for us kicks in we will do those hits," she added.
The Saturdays haven't recorded together since 2014 and fans have since seen the girls, Una, Mollie King, Rochelle Humes, Vanessa White and Frankie Bridge, focusing on their individual work instead.
Una has embarked on her very own solo career, along with Mollie and Vanessa, while Frankie appeared on Strictly Come Dancing last year and Rochelle has been pursuing presenting work.
We've seen Rochelle pop up on This Morning, front The Xtra Factor with Melvin Odoom and join Ben Shepher and Chris Kamara on Ninja Warrior UK.
However, the girls have insisted that The Saturdays haven't split and they will reunite... even if the wait is a little longer than we first expected.
Speaking to Reveal in May last year, Rochelle told us: "I'm still in the group and we are still together."
Addressing split rumours, she said: "To be completely honest with you, we've had it since our very first record. We released our first album and people were saying that from the get go. It's always been something we've batted off, so it's no different. We know what's going on."
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