Take That to reform for band’s 25th anniversary

Gary Barlow has confirmed Take That will reform for the bands 25th anniversary.

Barlow revealed former bandmates Robbie Williams and Jason Orange are likely to make a special return to Take  That in 2017.

The band, which is now a three piece, are confident the  boys will be back for the band’s 25th anniversary.

In an interview  with The Sun newspaper, Howard  confessed: “We want to do something with the five of us. That will be  great.”

“It would be nice to put all the music from the  Nineties and now on one compilation and do a tour that would have to be bigger,’ added Gary.

“Take That is five people. Exactly when they come back is up to  them. That will keep it interesting.”

Barlow also jokied that fans should expect the group’s line-up to change with  every album.

“Moving forward, I  do think our fans need to get used to the fact that it’s going to change — maybe every album,’ he went on to say. ‘I might be missing on the next one and  Rob might come in instead of me. Actually, he’d better not do!”

The trio – Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald – are celebrating the  success of their latest single, These Days, which stormed to number one in the  UK official singles chart on Sunday.