Are Take That Getting Back Together?
Take That fans were left heartbroken earlier this year, when Jason Orange said goodbye to the grown-up boyband for good. But Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald have hinted that this is definitely not the last you’ve seen of them.
“It would be nice to put all the music from the Nineties and now on one compilation and do a tour that would have to be bigger,” Gary Barlow told the UK’s Sun Newspaper. “Take That is five people. Exactly when they come back is up to them. That will keep it interesting.”
The trio are also holding the door open for former band mate Robbie Williams, in spite of the fact he’s going head to head with them in the Christmas album charts. “Rob will be back soon,” Gary added. “We have a good time with Rob. He adores being in the studio and he loves the process of writing with us.”
Take That fans will have to wait until 2017 to see the potential reunion, which just happens to be the band’s 25-year anniversary. In the meantime, the remaining three singers are more than busy enough promoting their new album, III. It’s already been tipped for the top of the Christmas album charts, breaking records along the way as Amazon’s most pre-ordered record in the company’s history. Their first single from the album, These Days, became their 12th number one, pipping Band Aid 30 to the top spot after outselling the charity single by just 2,500 copies. “We cannot believe it, we're really made-up and we can't thank everybody enough," the boyband told the UK’s Official Chart Company.