Despite a very public exit way back when, it looks like Robbie Williams may be rejoining Take That as part of the pop group's 25th anniversary.
The news comes as Take That - now a three-piece - are beginning plans for a European tour, with reports that Robbie Williams is even set to ditch his own solo tour to join his former bandmates on stage. An unnamed source told the Daily Star that Williams is "still not decided on a full European tour but he’s hoping to do every date. Robbie loves being with his former bandmates and has chosen to go on the road with the band instead of doing another solo tour which he often finds lonely."
In fact, Williams has even said he'll convince Jason Orange to rejoin the group for the reunion tour next year, however Gary Barlow believes that it's unlikely. "A Greatest Hits with everyone would be amazing but I personally can’t imagine Jason coming back on stage for quite a few years," said Barlow in a recent interview.
Take That's 25th anniversary will take place in 2017 with another Greatest Hits album expected in the same year. As well as this, there's been consistent rumours that the pop group are to take on a Las Vegas residency at some point in the near future as well.
Who knows, really. All we know this deserves a blast at some point.