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Robbie to join Take That
HOLD your breath girls, I’ve got some very exciting news.
ROBBIE WILLIAMS will be joining TAKE THAT on stage during their comeback tour.
Yes, I know there have been furious denials from both camps. But I’ve been told on extremely good authority that Robbie will get back (sadly not for good) with the boys.
Though they are touring with a line-up that does not include him, Robbie will join his former bandmates on stage during one of their Manchester gigs.
I’ve shown you how the, er, more mature boy band might look.
Robbie has insisted to aides that if the sensational story is made official anywhere then he won’t turn up on the night.
He threatens Brits bosses with the same thing every year — insisting he won’t show if they confirm to the Press that he’ll be there
And he did it when I revealed in June 2003 that former Take That pal MARK OWEN would do a duet with Robbie during his Knebworth shows.
Cast your mind back. There were furious denials of my story . . . only for Mark to join Rob on stage two months later at his historic shows to duet on Back For Good.
Now a highly-placed source has told me: “Robbie has agreed to appear at one of the Take That gigs in Manchester. They are working out schedules and haven’t yet decided which of the dates it will be.
“But it is a done deal. Everyone involved has been sworn to secrecy. As usual Rob has demanded no one coughs to it officially or he will change his mind.
“He likes to keep an element of surprise about all his appearances and gets his knickers in a twist when things leak out.
“But he will be there to sing one number. They are working out all the details now.”
The remaining members of Take That — Mark, GARY BARLOW, JASON ORANGE and HOWARD DONALD — are rehearsing in a London studio ahead of the UK tour, which starts in Newcastle a week on Sunday. They are doing 28 dates which include six in Manchester in May and two in June.
I told you last week how the tour was in jeopardy after Jason collapsed after trying an energetic dance move. Thankfully he recovered.
The lads are determined that their shows will be sensational, and the pressure is making them hugely nervous. They have refused all requests to let any media into rehearsals.
Robbie is doing warm-up gigs abroad before kicking off the European leg of his solo tour in Dublin in June.
Sounds like seeing the boys back together could be magic . . .