With tickets for the Ariana Grande-led benefit concert in Manchester selling out within minutes yesterday morning, everyone from Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams, Take That, Coldplay, Justin Bieber, Usher, Katy Perry and Niall Horan have been confirmed to play Sunday's gig.

Robbie Williams has also been lined up for the show, which will raise money for the victims of the May 22nd attack at the Manchester Arena - leading many to speculate that he will reunite with his former Take That bandmates to mark the special occasion.

The Sun is reporting a source as saying: "Robbie has signed up to perform and, of course, the first thing the organisers suggested was getting him together with Take That, who are already on the bill. They are all great mates and love the chance to get together, so everyone agrees it would be a lovely thing to do for such an incredible cause.

"Being local lads it’s obviously something they’re all very passionate about supporting. They have gone to great lengths to make sure they can be there – even though it will mean Take That racing straight from the stage to their own gig later that night in Birmingham. Talks are very much ongoing and if they can make the timings work then it would be a very special reunion indeed.’

Williams last toured with Take That in 2012, although they played together briefly at Williams's 'BRIT Icon' concert in London earlier this year.