So when The Female Boss’s debut album sells 11,000 copies in it’s first week and is certified cardboard, does she return to the band that made her famous?

That could happen as band member Fazer spoke to Metro regarding N-Dubz’s future comeback and a possible album that may see a release in 2014.

Speaking on the band getting back together, he said:

I think 2014 might be realistic. It’s always been at the forefront of our minds to reform the band at some point.

He continued:

 I would never want to go back out doing N-Dubz and just having the old songs to perform; we’d have to do a whole new album.

Well, let’s look at this realistically.

X Factor hasn’t done wonders for Tulisa’s solo career nor her reputation, Fazer’s album is yet to be released and Dappy remains the most successful solo member of the group so far.

Meaning, if they were to get back together, they would have to go back to splitting their money three ways. Does that look likely considering the solo success Dappy is currently having?

Besides, 2014 is still another two years away. Will the public embrace another album from the group or would their core fan base, consisting mainly of teens, have moved on?

Are you anticipating a comeback from the group?

You can tell how enthusiastic we are about their return. (Sike!)