Could Take That Reunite For Their 25th Anniversary?

Take That, one of the biggest groups in British music history, is currently touring and recording as a trio minus original members Robbie Williams and Jason Orange.

NME is reporting that Williams and Orange are in talks with former bandmates Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald to reunite the full group for a possible 25th anniversary tour in 2015.

Williams was the first to leave the group in mid-1995 while Take That was at the top of their game. They had just released their third album with eight of their last nine singles hitting the top of the charts. The group continued on as a quartet, completing the album's promotional tour, but broke up in early 1996.

The four members reformed in 2006 for a tour and ended up going into the studio to record the album Beautiful World, which produced two more number 1's and a number 2. Williams returned in 2010 for the Progress album and tour before once again leaving followed by Jason Orange's departure in 2014. Since that time, Take That has released the album III which became their sixth straight number 1 album in the U.K.

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