Gary Barlow predicts Take That will reunite – with all five members

Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Robbie Williams leaving Radio 1 in central London. for Chris Moyles Interview at BBC  Radio One, London on October 27,2010. Empics
Gary Barlow believes he and Take That's Howard Donald, Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Robbie Williams will all perform together again. (PA)

Gary Barlow has revealed he believes Take That will reunite - with all five members performing together once again.

The Relight My Fire singers - Barlow, Robbie Williams, Howard Donald, Mark Owen and Jason Orange - first formed as a boyband in 1990, and now Barlow has given hope to fans that the fab five will Rule The World once more.

The 50-year-old singer told the Mirror of the chances of a full reunion: “I think there will, I think there will. That’s one of the thrills of being in the band. You don’t know what’s going to happen from record to record and it’s lovely.

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“It’s a very safe place Take That. It’s a lovely environment. It feels like a safe haven. It’s a place to go back to when you’ve done a bit of playing around and it’s time to go home.”

FILE - Jason Orange, left, and Gary Barlow seen at the 2012 Music Industry Trusts Award ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel on Monday, Nov. 5, 2012, in London. (Photo by John Marshall JM Enternational/Invision/AP)
Gary Barlow will need to track down Jason Orange. (AP)

Williams, 46, was first to quit the band in 1995, but rejoined Barlow, Donald, 52 Owen, 48, and Orange, 50, and the rest of the group disbanded in 1996.

Take That reunited without Williams in 2005 and in 2010 he rejoined for just one year for their Progress tour and album.

In 2014 Orange quit the band, and Barlow, Donald and Owen continued to tour as a threesome.

When Orange announced he was leaving Take That six years ago he said: “There have been no fallings out, only a decision on my part that I no longer wish to do this.”

Take That, who are among the nominees for the Best British Newcomers award at the Music Industry Oscars, at the Hard Rock Cafe in London. (L - R) Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Mark Owen, Robbie Williams and Jason Orange.   (Photo by Neil Munns - PA Images/PA Images via Getty Images)
Take That first formed in 1990. (Getty Images)

Williams said last year her wanted to reunite with Take That and in May 2020 he performed an online charity concert with Barlow, Donald and Owen from their respective homes during the first lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Orange - who has a twin brother Justin who works as a DJ in Manchester - has kept his whereabouts a secret since quitting the band.

Williams said in 2019: “You know you can have that Find My Phone thing? The whole of Take That should have a locate Jason Orange thing because none of us know where he’s gone.

“I should hire a private detective - he finds out where Jason Orange is, we inject him with a beeping thing, a chip, then we know where Jason is at all times.”

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