16th July 2010
Following months of speculation, Take That yesterday confirmed that Robbie Williams has rejoined the band and that they've been recording a new album, which will be released later this year. It is the first time that the band have worked on an album as a five-piece since the recording of Nobody Else, back in 1995.
The band also revealed that they are planning a huge UK stadium tour for 2011. According to The Sun newspaper, Take That will perform to 3 million fans during an epic 54-date stadium tour in the summer of 2011. The tour is likely to visit some of the biggest stadiums in the country, including Wembley, Murrayfield and the Millennium Stadium.
Update 26th August 2010: Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow gave their first interview together for 15 years, when they visited the BBC Radio 1 studios earlier today. They talked about how much they've enjoyed writing new songs together, including the single Shame, which will feature on Robbie Williams' soon-to-be-released greatest hits album. They also re-iterated that they hope to tour as a five-piece again during the summer of 2011.
Update 30th September 2010: Take That have announced the name of their new album, which is due to be released on 22nd November, and will be named Progress. It will be the first album that Take That have recorded as a five-piece since Nobody Else way back in 1995.
Update 23rd October 2010: Rumours abound that Take That are set to unveil plans for their huge 2011 summer tour at a press conference at The Savoy hotel in London on Tuesday. Reports in The Sun newspaper suggest that the newly reunited Take That will play 58 stadium dates next summer.
Update 26th October 2010: Take That confirm Progress Live 2011 tour at a specially arranged press conference.