British boyband Take That could be heading for a full reunion - the four remaining members are back in regular contact with ROBBIE WILLIAMS for the first time in a decade.
The five singers have not performed together since the Angels singer quit to pursue a solo career in 1995.
The four other members - GARY BARLOW,JASON ORANGE, MARK OWEN, and HOWARD DONALD - disbanded the group in 1996, but reunited for a tour ten years later.
But a full reunion of the band has always looked unlikely, as Robbie has frequently been engaged in a war of words with the rest of Take That since his departure.
However, main songwriter Barlow has revealed that all four surviving members are now in regular contact with Williams by phone and email - paving the way for a full reunion.
Gary tells BBC's Newsbeat, "As long as we're alive people are going to ask if we're going to get back together. I do believe we will one day, I just don't know when.
"The five of us were together a lot over the summer and it just felt like we were back in the '90s. I get an email every week from Rob, Mark gets one every other week, J (Jason Orange) phones him once a week.
"We're all keeping in touch. It's really fun getting to know him again, I must say. The five of us are rebuilding our friendship, and that's really the only place to start."