Robbie Williams Has Agreed To Rejoin Take That

No one's sure about Jason Orange though


The 25 year anniversary of Take That is approaching and there's a celebratory tour in store - and guess who's rumoured to be taking part?

The one and only Robbie Williams.


Yes, the sometime fifth member of the band is flakier than an old Twirl but has said that he wants to be involved in the tour, for the UK leg at least.

It's even more special because Robbie was rumoured to be touring his new solo material next year, but now seems set to drop this in favour of getting back on stage with the boys.

A source told The Daily Star: 'Robbie has agreed to rejoin the band for their greatest hits anniversary tour. He's still not decided on a full European tour but he's hoping to do every date.


'Robbie loves being with his former bandmates and has chosen to go on the road with the band instead of doing another solo tour which he often finds lonely.'

The group, formed in 1990, originally consisted of Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Mark Owen and Jason Orange but in its current state is just a trio of Gary, Howard and Mark.

Barlow has previously said he'd 'love' Robbie to take part, but he thinks Jason will pass.

'A Greatest Hits with everyone would be amazing but I personally can't imagine Jason coming back on stage for quite a few years,' he told The Sun.

We just want them back, we want them back for good and if we can't have that, then we guess we'll make do with 4/5 of them for a few months next year.

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