ROBBIE WILLIAMS will join his former TAKE THAT bandmates onstage at a charity concert in London on Thursday, according to reports.
The Angels hitmaker has not performed alongside Gary Barlow, Jason Orange, Mark Owen, and Howard Donald since he quit to pursue a solo career in 1995.
Williams has forged a close friendship with his former bandmates over the last year, and headed into a New York recording studio with them in September - despite ruling out a reunion until at least 2011, due to legal issues.
But the 35 year old is set to join them onstage at a gig in aid of Children In Need later this week, according to Britain's Daily Star newspaper.
A source tells the publication, "It's the gig where Robbie finally gets back with Take That. They're mates again, and doing it for charity seems like the best way. Everyone fears Rob will change his mind. But he feels it's the right time."
The all-star charity show, organised by Barlow, will also feature performances by Sir Paul McCartney, Lily Allen, Dizzee Rascal and Leona Lewis.