Robbie Williams Will Be Rejoining Take That And It Is Everything!

17 February 2017, 11:26 | Updated: 14 July 2017, 11:11

Take That Giants

By Hollie Borland

Take That released their brand new single today!

Take That are back with a new single and we are TOO excited!

They have been teasing us all week long and now their new single Giants is finally on the airwaves.

And the boys shared this snap on their Instagram account to celebrate... 

The song features on their eight album 'Wonderland' which will be released on Friday 24th March.

It's the first new music from the band in TWO YEARS and we are so excited to hear it.

Robbie Williams will once again take to the stage with Take That for the final of 'Let It Shine' next weekend.

The 'Candy' hitmaker has agreed to take to the stage with his former bandmates Mark Owen, Gary Barlow and Howard Donald on the popular BBC talent show on February 25 to give the nation a special performance of one of their biggest hits.

Read more: Watch All The Highlights From Robbie Williams' SECRET Gig With Heart

Let it Shine
Picture | BBC

The 43-year-old singer will also take on the role of guest judge alongside Gary, Dannii Minogue and Martin Kemp as they decide, along with the public, which band will be crowned the winners of the series following weeks of performing on stage.

Robbie said: "I’m looking forward to being back with Gary, Mark and Howard on 'Let It Shine' and am excited to be a guest judge for the very special final."

Robbie's decision to rejoin his band, which he left in 2014, comes soon after Gary revealed that he would like the Could It Be Magic hitmakers to celebrate 25 years together in 2017.

And Robbie's return won't be permanent as he's got solo ventures to push through with including trying to crack America.

Gary Barlow Let It Shine
Picture | BBC

He said recently: "Nobody knows who I am. I can look at them and they can look at me. I get to stare at them and they get to stare at me, but they don't stare because they don't know who I am. I don't like this. I want this to change.

"Back in the 1990s when I went out there to promote my album I was not really dealing with fame very well at all - if I am honest I was not really dealing with much very well. It was when I realised that the more fame I got, the more insane I became. So I just stopped as I needed a place where I was not famous, because that would be the most sane thing to do. So I just lived over there and nobody knows me. Now I have changed my mind and I really regret it."