According to MSN, Spandau Ballet frontman Tony Hadley has spoken of plans to collaborate with Take That, in particular their primary songwriter Gary Barlow.

Apparently, the pair became friends after bonding over the pressure of being "famous and fat." Now Hadley has spoken of plans to begin writing songs with the Take That frontman.
"I'm hoping to start writing with Gary after the Spandau shows and we've started talking about it. I love Gary, he's great."

MSN also report Hadley speaking of his recent reunion with 80s pop icons Spandau Ballet.
"We had a few pints together and actually got on extremely well. We realised what a great force the five of were…It took a while but it's amazing what beer can do. It's been nice to bury the hatchet, but not in each other's heads."

Spandau Ballet play Dublin's O2 on October 13th, while a limited number of extra tickets for Take That's sold out Croke Park gig with The Script on June 13th are due to go on sale tomorrow morning (19th) at 9am.