Take That Say No to Robbie Williams
The reunion door is totally closed now for Take That and former member Robbie Williams.
Although many speculations have been swirling for months on Williams will be joining Take That again, but frontman Gary Barlow had confirmed that there won’t be a reunion between the two parties.
As Barlow said on an interview recently, “People constantly ask if Robbie will rejoin us but nothing has changed. We’re a happy band right now. Robbie won’t be joining.”
Williams once wrote on his blog last December, that he’d loved to be in the band again. Since then, the speculations getting high and higher from the hopeful fans. Barlow also once said that it was only a matter of time, commenting on Williams’ plan to rejoining the group.
Well, although no reunion in the future, there’s a good news for Williams’ fans. After quite a long time of hiatus, the Better Man singer is said currently working on his new solo album, which is planned to be released in the autumn.
And in the mean time, other Take That members, Mark Owen is reportedly planning to re-launch his solo career. With the successful comeback of the band, Owen is determine to release his own songs.
He had a moderate success with his first solo album, Green Man, back in 1997. His other two albums were not that great, though. And now, it looks like Owen is ready to get back, flying solo.