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Take That plead with Robbie to join tour

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Take That have pleaded with former bandmate Robbie Williams to join them on their new UK tour. The band - Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Howard Donald and Jason Orange - have - just announced plans for their 22-date 'Beautiful World Tour' and want troubled Robbie to join them. Howard said: "It would be lovely to have Robbie join us and let's just say we're keeping in touch about it. Having Robbie sing a few numbers would be amazing and we'll have to wait and see if he's up for it. We certainly are." Robbie - who is undergoing treatment for addictions to prescription drugs in a US rehab clinic - was mooted to appear with the band when they embarked on their reunion tour last year.

However, the 'Rudebox' singer - who left the band in 1995 - only featured as a 20ft pre-recorded hologram for hit 'Could It Be Magic'. Since reforming, Take That have had a successful tour, a number one album, 'Beautiful World', a number one single, 'Patience', and won the BRITS British Single award. Their 2007 arena tour begins in Birmingham on November 16. Tickets go on sale on Friday at 9 AM.

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