Is Robbie Back For Good for forthcoming biog?
Take That and Robbie Williams are reportedly reuniting to write a long-awaited official biography entitled Now and Then.
As reported in The Sun, the ex-Take That singer will join forces with his former band mates to collaborate on a two-volume biography deal, said to be worth a six-figure sum. The biography is allegedly an honest and personal insight into the lives of the five boys, Gary, Mark, Jason, Howard and Robbie, during their time in the band, and is even rumoured to include personal photographs.
Thought to be an avenue the band has wanted to pursue for a long time, a spokesman for the boys said: ‘It was important that the timing, as well as the creative idea, was right.’
This collaboration has sparked fresh rumours that Robbie may be rejoining the band. He left Take That in 1995, eventually achieving success in his own right with a string of hits including Angels and Millennium. However, recently he has hinted that there is a possibility he could reunite with the other four.
Despite the tip-off, lead singer Gary Barlow has quashed rumours that the complete Take That line-up will reunite in 2010. Gary recently assured reporters that Robbie would not be collaborating musically with the foursome saying: ‘We’re a happy band right now. Robbie won’t be joining.’ A spokesman for the solo artist also stated his focus was ‘on his new album’.