Robbie Williams has CONFIRMED that Take That will reunite, but not for another while.
It was previously reported that the band, who rose to fame in the 90s, would reform for their 25th anniversary next year – but sadly, Robbie’s solo plans interfere with the milestone.
“When is the 25th anniversary? Next year? 2017? I don’t know if I can. I have plans, I have a tour, there’s stuff to be doing,” he said.
However, despite having no room in his schedule next year – the singer is adamant that the Take That boys will reunite in the near future.
“I don’t think it’ll be next year but I think it’ll be at some point,” he told The Sun.
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“I’m a floating member. And I’m really proud of what we do and what we create when I’m in the band.
“We’ll wait and see when our paths collide but I don’t think it’s going to be next year.”
Take That formed in 1990, and later split in 1996 – but got back together in 2006 for a reunion tour.
Robbie, much to many teenager’s dismay, left the group in 1995 – but rejoined briefly in 2010 for the band’s Progress album and tour.
Despite the excitement, band member Jason Orange will not be rejoining the band for any future reunion plans – and Robbie understands why he has chose to “take himself away from the whole thing”.
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“What did I make of Jason leaving? This line of work is not for everybody and I don’t think this line of work is for Jay, for whatever reasons.
“Whatever reasons they are, they’re good reasons and enough for him to act on it and to take himself away from the whole thing.
“And I think that’s a shame for Take That because chemistry is chemistry and what the boys have got and what we’ve got is really special, and when somebody leave s it depletes it.
“But I think that Jason really has to live Jason’s life. What would I like? I’d like for him to be in Take That. But I don’t live his life and I just hope he’s happy doing whatever it is that he’s doing,” he added.