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One Direction, Fifth Harmony and More: Which Band Should Reunite? Vote!

Niall Horan, Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson of One Direction
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Niall Horan, Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson of One Direction perform on ABC's "Good Morning America" at Rumsey Playfield, Central Park on Nov. 26, 2013 in New York City. 

The recent landmark anniversaries of beloved latent bands One Direction and Fifth Harmony have us wishing that they -- and many other groups -- will one day reunite.

Earlier this year, it was announced that Rage Against the Machine will rage once again; the '90s Angeleno rockers were set to embark on a reunion tour (including a coveted headlining set for Coachella 2020) before it all got put on hold. Plus, The Pussycat Dolls reunited and unveiled the fiery music video for "React" in February.

Now, fans are holding out hope for more of their favorite bands from back in the day to get back together.

It hasn't felt far off in the past for groups like R.E.M., who partially reunited during a 2013 show in Athens, Greece, after dissolving in 2011. According to Rolling Stone, drummer Bill Berry and bassist Mike Mills joined lead guitarist Peter Buck on stage for his solo show, as singer Michael Stripe watched his former bandmates from the crowd.

But no one took a backseat to the Destiny's Child reunion that shocked the Coachella crowd last year during Beyoncé's iconic headlining set. Michelle Williams dished to Billboard at the time about how Bey reached out to her and Kelly Roland to perform a line-up of hits from their lasting legacy, including "Say My Name" and "Soldier."

"I love performing with the girls. There's nothing like it," Williams said at the time. "Something happens when the three of us come together. I just love the power it shows, the unity that it shows, that no matter where we are in life -- personally, career wise -- that we make time for each other."

So which band would you love to see reunite? Vote below!