Gary Barlow tells Kate Thornton he doesn't think Take That's Mark Owen has ever forgiven himself for when Howard Donald dislocated a finger in the middle of a live show.
The 'Never Forget' singer believes the band will reunited again with Robbie Williams and Jason Orange in the line-up.
Donald posted a picture appearing to show the icon between Donald and bandmate Mark Owen with his arms around them.
Williams will join Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald from their homes to entertain fans during lockdown and raise money for charity.
The former Take That bandmates performed a duet of their poignant track 'Shame' over video link.
50-year-old Take That singer reveals unusual way of planning for the groups upcoming sell-out tour
As Glastonbury 2017 draws nearer, we name the ten bands who've never headlines the festival before but really should.
The Take That singer has revealed that he definitely is going to be in the new Star Wars movie - and that he's NOT a Stormtrooper - so what is he?
The BBC’s new Saturday night entertainment show received mixed reactions – as did ITV’s slightly tweaked format of The Voice. Gary Barlow was in West End musical mode, opening the show with a full stage production that may have flummoxed X-Factor viewers, but set the stall out nicely for those of us who previously enjoyed the hunt for Maria, Dorothy, Joseph and Nancy.
Take That have postponed their plans for a 2017 tour – despite the fact it was to celebrate their 25 year anniversary. The band are now looking at celebrating, erm, 26 years together as they push back their plans to hit the road until 2018 as they desperately want their former bandmate, Robbie Williams, to join them. Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald have all been very vocal about their plans to celebrate the huge milestone in their careers next year but when Robbie revealed that he won’t be with them because he wants to go on a solo tour in 2017, they resorted to drastic measures.
Bad news for Take That fans; Robbie Williams has confirmed that he won’t be a part of the band’s 25th anniversary celebrations next year as he is too busy with his solo career.
Gary Barlow will search for stars of a nationwide Take That musical in an exciting new BBC Saturday night entertainment show. Formed in 1990, the band hit the top 10 two years later with their cover of It Only Takes a Minute and went on to become the biggest boy band in the world.
There’s some very exciting news for fans of both Take That and reunions, as the band have confirmed that Robbie Williams will be joining them for a 25th anniversary tour. Not only that, but Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald have also revealed that they’re planning to write new music with Robbie before the tour. Sadly though, Jason Orange is ‘unlikely’ to join his former bandmates.
Here’s some wonderful news for Take That fans - Robbie Williams is reportedly penning some new songs for the band. The guys are also planning a massive tour to mark the occasion and Robbie is thought to be rejoining Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald. Take That originally split in 1996 but reformed as a four-piece, without Robbie, ten years later.
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. 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.
Take That’s Mark Owen could be about to head in a new career direction, with reports claiming the singer is ‘in talks’ to potentially star in a West End production of ‘War Of The Worlds’. Oh, and did we mention he would be joining forces with Liam Neeson, who is a 3D hologram in the production?
LAS FRIGGIN’ VEGAS. No news yet as to whether Jason Orange, who left the band in 2014, will join Gary, Mark and Howard – or indeed whether or not Robbie Williams will pay the lads a visit either. The guys are the latest in a long line of performers who’ve decided that a residency in the Nevada city could help give their careers a boost.