WATCH: The Corrs perform in public for the first time in ten years

After all the rumours, after all the excitement followed by a long wait, they finally did it - The Corrs reformed!

The Irish siblings performed at yesterday’s Live in Hyde Park in London and it was like they never left.

WATCH: The Corrs perform in public for the first time in ten years

The performance came after Sharon, Caroline, Andrea and Jim Corr played together in April for the first time in 10 years at the funeral of their late father Gerry Corr.

Their last public performance was in 2005.

“It was great we had a blast up there, we really enjoyed playing together, the audience were absolutely amazing," Sharon siad speaking to BBC Radio 2 after the gig.

"They were all singing along to Runaway which was really a very special moment it nearly had me in tears”.

And let’s just say, fans were as just as excited:

After their set, Jim Corr took to Twitter to thank everyone for the warm reception, followed by Andrea’s “See you soon X”.

At the time they announced the comeback back in June, Andrea told BBC presenter Chris Evans that it just feels right: "We're in the process of making a new record, so it feels just right to do this. It's exciting

"We emerged after our lives going in different directions - babies and all that."

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