Believe it or not Take That formed a staggering 20 years ago! Take a look at how Gary, Robbie, Jason, Mark and Howard have changed throughout the years.
No solo career for Robbie
Williams has no intention of returning to his solo career after the upcoming Take That album and tour.
Robbie has sold over 55 million records worldwide and has scored seven number 1 singles , yet the 36-year-old has admitted he has no intention of going back to his solo career.
Williams is currently promoting his greatest hits album, In And Out Of Consciousness and his single with Gary Barlow , Shame . He has also recently joined his old band Take That on a new album and an upcoming tour.
After that he wants to concentrate on becoming a dad , having recently married actress Ayda Field .
Gary Barlow has hinted that the fivesome reunion is likely to be temporary, and after the album and tour, Take That are likely to only have four members again.
Robbie and Gary produced an electrifying end to an emotional evening performing together for the first time in 15 years.
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