Robbie Williams will rejoin Take That TOMORROW!

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  • Robbie is set to perform on stage tomorrow night with his former bandmates for the first time in 15 years, for a Children in Need concert

    The day we’ve all been waiting for is finally here! It’s taken 15 years, but Robbie Williams will perform once again with his former Take That bandmates, tomorrow night.

    We’re actually so excited we can barely type. The fab five will finally be reunited on stage tomorrow for a concert held in aid of Children in Need.

    Gary Barlow has been organising the extravagant event, and managed to persuade Robbie to stand alongside the current Take That-ers for an extra special performance at the Royal Albert Hall.

    Sir Paul McCartney is also rumoured to be joining the boys on-stage at some point during the evening.

    The reunion will round off what promises to be a spectacular show, which also features Leona Lewis, Dizzee Rascal and an exclusive duet from Cheryl Cole and Snow Patrol.

    The reunion is go. Robbie is utterly thrilled about it,’ says an inside source. ‘He’s been dreaming of performing with Take That again for years, and now it’s going to happen.’

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    Robbie left the band after a dramatic falling out with Gary back in 1995, and the pair refused to speak for the next decade.

    But it seems that they’ve finally managed to put their differences behind them, and boy are we glad that they have.

    What they are going to sing still remains to be seen, but it is thought that they will decide during rehearsals today. Whatever it is, we can’t wait!


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