Robbie Williams wants to make new music with Take That

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 5 December 2016
Robbie Williams

Robbie Williams

Robbie Williams is hoping to head into the studio with Take That in the future to record some new tunes

Robbie Williams plans on making new music with Take That "at some point".

The 42-year-old singer has said that while nothing is set in stone, he would like to get together with Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen to make some new tunes with them for one of their forthcoming anniversaries.

In an interview with The Sun newspaper, he said: "I'm sure I'll be in the studio with the boys at some point, maybe soon. We haven't made any plans yet.

"You can always fudge an anniversary of some sort. Like, it was the anniversary this year, but we got together in 1990, so the 25th anniversary would have been last year.

"Then there's the anniversary of the first song, the first anniversary of most people with brown eyes buying the record and so on."

In the meantime, the 'Back For Good' hitmakers are to release new album 'Wonderland' in March and a greatest hits record is also set to follow, which could be the 'Party Like a Russian' hitmaker's first appearance on the group's albums since 2010's 'Progress'.

It comes after Robbie - who originally quit the group in 1995 - reunited with Gary, Howard and Mark last month at London's Troxy, where he was performing a special show to mark him being presented with the BRITs Icon Award.

The 'Never Forget' hitmakers shocked fans by taking to the stage to present Robbie with the prize and performed hits 'Back For Good' and 'The Flood' with him.

Howard told Robbie: "Whether you like it or not, you will always be a member of Take That."

Robbie had earlier admitted that he doesn't have time to team up with the group in the next 12 months, but they will "definitely" reunite again at some point.

He said: "It might happen, who knows, but right now I don't think so.

"Reunion at some point, definitely - but we just couldn't get our diaries to work in the next 12 months."

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