Take That have reformed with Robbie Williams for the first time since 2011.
The Smash Hits favourites, who have been touring as a trio after the departure of Jason Orange, had Robbie Williams back and they had four of the orignal five members on stage, making for the most complete line up since 2011.
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Robbie Williams went to collect BRIT Icon award today. The gig went as planned with a similar set to that with which he played at Roundhouse, Camden in September. But later on in the set he introduced Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, and Howard Donald to join him for a Take That set that was met by a phenomenal crowd reception.
They played 'Back For Good' together, and made further proof that their promise for a 2017 tour would happen.
The only worry is the absence of Jason Orange who did not appear....
However, everyone who was there didn't seem to mind as they were thrilled to hear what they had to offer as a four piece. Watch a video of them sounding as youthful as ever below on 'Back For Good'.
Compared their above version to how they sounded on its first release with Barlow taking the lead vocal.
The reunion defies all reports that Robbie Wiliams made recently claiming a reunion was iminent but not quite ready.
Meanwhile, Robbie Williams has just announced a full UK tour. Check here when tickets go on sale Tuesday 8 November at 8am.