The singer tells Jonathan Ross he will perform with the band again
Finally, Robbie Williams has confirmed he is working with Take That again and a band reunion on stage IS on the horizon.
The singer made his revelation in a recording of Friday Night With Jonathan Ross, to be aired tomorrow night, telling the chat show host: ‘We’ve got together, done bits and bobs.’
When asked if he would reunite with the band for a performance soon, he replied: ‘I can’t say much but, yes, I hope so.’
Is Robbie harbouring a little secret? We have a sneaky suspicion the singer will be joining the boys for a public performance sooner than we think, when Gary Barlow kicks off this year’s Children in Need with a star-studded concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
Put together by Gary himself, the show will be aired live on BBC1 and is already set to feature artists including Leona Lewis, Chris Martin and Take That. But it remains to be seen whether the stars of the show will be Take That as a four-piece, or as the original five-piece band.
As evidence of his commitment to regrouping with the boys, Robbie revealed a tattoo of the Take That logo during his interview with Ross. He also spoke of his love for his girlfriend, American actress Ayda Field, telling Ross he is coming around to the idea of starting a family.
‘She’s a wonderful person and I’m in love,’ he said. ‘[She] keeps me grounded. She’s really broody and I’m getting there.’
Watch the interview tomorrow night on BBC1.