Take That Reunion: Will Robbie Williams And Jason Orange Rejoin Group For 25th Anniversary?
All of your 90′s dreams could be about to come true as Robbie Williams reportedly wants a Take That reunion to celebrate their 25th anniversary.
If that isn’t reason enough to don your denim jacket, load your hair up with gel and break out your synchronised dance moves, then we don’t know what is!
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The ‘Rock DJ’ hitmaker has revealed that he is keen to get the entire boyband back together for a ‘series of epic live shows’ and a TV documentary about their career.
The current trio, which consists of Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen, already have plans to mark the occasion but are open to the possibility of becoming a five-piece again (albeit temporarily).
A source close to the group told The Mirror that former bandmates Gary and Robbie have approached Jason Orange, who might be the most difficult member to get on board.
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The retired 45-year-old vowed to steer clear of the music industry following his exit from the group in 2014.
The ‘insider’ added: “Gary has always been the planner and his mind is now focused on the 25 project. Robbie says he is up for coming back and performing again.
“He feels that he is at peace with the group and wants to help commemorate their astonishing rise.”
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The reunion would mark 25 years since the band’s debut album, Take That & Party, which stayed in the charts for a WHOPPING 73 weeks!
Although he may be a household name with throngs of female admirers in the United Kingdom, the ‘Candy’ hitmaker admits he had a hard time picking up women when he moved to Los Angeles, California, and tried to lure them into bed by making them watch his 'Live at Knebworth’ concert film.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper about the 10th anniversary of his infamous gig, he said: “I haven’t gone back and analysed my old tours. I have watched the first three numbers of Knebworth when I was trying to get laid in the States.
"I would say, 'I know I am that humble guy you just met at the bar, but check this out!’ Then I would press play.
”'What do you think? Pants down? I agree.’ It seemed to be pretty effective for a spell.“
The 39-year-old singer has since curbed his womanising ways, marrying actress Ayda Field in August 2010 and welcoming his first child, nine-month old daughter Theodora Rose, in September 2012.
Robbie recently revealed he and Ayda, 34, are still coming to terms with the ins and outs of parenthood but thinks they are doing a "pretty good job”.