And despite this week declaring solo life better than being in the group, he'll be with them.
"We have gigs in the pipeline and we're actually doing Birmingham Pride in a few weeks' time," Liberty X's Michelle Heaten revealed i a chat with The Sun. "Kevin will be performing with us still.
"I can see us doing a lot more with Kevin now."
However it could prove a bit awkward with Kevin admitting in a recent interview he didn't love life in the band.
"I really didn't like all the dance routines," he told the Daily Mirror newspaper. "In interviews and things like that, you couldn't always be yourself. Every time you'd give an answer, it would have to be something that you had all agreed on beforehand.
"I also didn't like having to wait for hours for the girls to get ready!"
On social media, Liberty X's members played down the news and insisted the band wasn't get back together full time.
Michelle tweeted: "Lol sorry guys X not back together in that sense of the word .. But looking forward to #birminghamgaypride xx "
Meanwhile Jessica Taylor hit back at claims the group were 'cashing in' on Kevin's success.
"FYI the gigs were booked B4 The Voice!" she pointed out.
Alongside Kevin, Michelle and Jessica, Liberty X is made up of Tony Lundon and Kelli Young.