Niall Horan Says One Direction Has 'Unfinished Business'

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Niall Horan performs during the One Love Manchester Benefit Concert at Old Trafford Cricket Ground on June 4, 2017 in Manchester.

"We all know that."

60 Minutes Australia will air an interview with One Directioner-turned-solo-crooner Niall Horan this Sunday and if the preview is any indication, it seems like no question is off limits for the Irish heartthrob. 

In a preview shared Thursday (Oct. 19) on Twitter, Horan speaks with Australian news reporter Allison Langdon, answering answers questions about his love life and new music. While the two head backstage of Horan's live show and also play a friendly game of golf, there's one question Langdon poses in particular that is especially striking: "So if 1D came calling tomorrow, you'd drop everything and go back?"

A hesitant-looking Horan replies, "There is obviously unfinished business; we all know that."

Horan is also seen singing and playing guitar in a studio setting for Langdon, and giving her what the preview calls "an exclusive glimpse behind the scenes of his new direction."

Check out the clip below.