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16 July 2018, 15:34
Take That have confirmed plans to celebrate their 30th anniversary with a new singles collection and huge tour.
Gary Barlow has confirmed some exciting plans for Take That as he continues to perform as a trio with Mark Owen and Howard Donald.
The 47-year-old sent fans into frenzy after revealing Take That will release a new singles collection to celebrate 30 years of the record-breaking band.
Despite fans initials hope of a full five-piece reunion, it seems like the group are proceeding as a trio without Robbie Williams and Jason Orange.
Gary tweeted: "There are some exciting announcements coming from TT iii soon. We've an extremely important release coming this Winter in the form of a Greatest Hits with a twist."
Take That on stage (Credit - GETTY)
He continued: "Then in 2019 we will turn our recordings into a live show featuring all the hits from the last 3 decades."
Take That last toured the UK in 2017 in support of their Wonderland album.
There are some exciting announcements coming from TTIII soon. We’ve an extremely important release coming this Winter in the form of a Greatest Hits with a twist. Then in 2019 we will turn our recordings into a live show featuring all the hits from the last 3 decades. #TTIII pic.twitter.com/ZQFbaKQnZb— Gary Barlow (@GaryBarlow) July 16, 2018
Gary has recently confirmed that the Greatest Hits collection will include brand new music in addition to revamped versions of their classic tunes.
After teasing more announcements in the future, the question remains if fans will ever see all five members back on stage together.