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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
Robbie Williams's reunion with Take That is reportedly "definitely on" and will be kick-started with a residency in London next year.
The 35-year-old singer revealed yesterday that he was ready to return to the group after a 14-year break, adding that he and fellow bandmates Gary Barlow, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and Howard Donald would "have a laugh".
Management are now looking for a London venue to host the comeback residency and are considering either June or November of 2010, reports The Mirror.
A source close to the talks said: "It's definitely on - don't believe the denials. It will be the most sensational comeback ever.
"But everything is under wraps as it's over a year away and the orders from the top are to keep it quiet."
Both the capital's O2 and Wembley arenas are apparently being eyed as potential venues.

Take That would receive a financial boost if Robbie Williams rejoined the group, experts have claimed.
Williams recently confirmed that a reunion with his fellow bandmates is looking "more likely by the weeks" following recent talks.
Royalty collection society PRS For Music has now suggested that the singer's return would make Take That's long-term future more secure.
Spokesman Barney Hooper told The Daily Telegraph: "Take That's tours will sell out anyway, but if Robbie rejoins the group it will give them the ability to repeat their tours because people will go back to see them all together.
"It also gives them the ability to extend their tours so everyone benefits financially by Robbie coming back."
Last month, Gary Barlow insisted that there were no firm plans to invite Williams back into the band.

Michael Jackson will reportedly live next to a maze of haunted caves during his 'This Is It' London residency.
The 'Thriller' star has rented a luxury Kent mansion to stay in during his sell-out comeback tour and is expected to move in towards the end of June.
The 28-bedroom property is located on the edge of 22 miles of underground passageways which were dug by the Saxons, Druids and Romans, and have been subject to a number of other-worldly sightings, reports The Sun.
A source said: "His team signed up this week to stay there. We're not sure if he knows about the caves but theyre all around."
The mansion itself includes an underground cinema, music room, indoor swimming pool, lake and private wood.
"It is a luxury fortress," the insider said, adding: "But if he wants to get into the spirit of things before singing 'Thriller' each night, he should take a wander underground. It's terrifying."

Coronation Street's Antony Cotton and Katherine Kelly have vowed to secure TV roles in the US, a report claims.
The stars, who play Sean Tully and Becky Granger respectively on the ITV1 soap, have apparently jetted off to Los Angeles this weekend to audition for TV pilots.
Cotton and Kelly both recently signed new Weatherfield contracts. It is expected that they would fit any new roles around their Coronation Street filming if their auditions were successful.
An insider told The Sun: "They love Corrie but working in Hollywood would be a real dream come true."
Meanwhile, Cotton confirmed: "L.A. beckons!"
Kym Marsh, who plays barmaid Michelle Connor on the programme, also recently sparked rumours that she was hoping for a fresh start in America.
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago

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