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Take That reunion confirmed – and Robbie Williams will be singing with the band

Take That are reuniting for an online lockdown concert to help raise money for charity amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Take That fans are in for a treat as the band are reuniting.

The Never Forger hitmakers – originally made up of Robbie Williams, 46, Gary Barlow, 49, Mark Owen, 48, Howard Donald, 52, and 49-year-old Jason Orange – formed 30-years-ago and in 1996 Robbie famously quit the band and then the rest of the band split for good in 1997. 

In 2005 Gary, Howard, Mark and Jason reformed without Robbie but now the Angels solo star is joining in and Jason – who left in 2014 – is not taking part .

The foursome are going to sing live over webcam for supporters and are doing the concert from their homes in a bid to raise money for front line workers amid the coronavirus pandemic on Friday night.

 

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