Robbie Williams weighs in on Jason Orange’s Take That exit

Robbie welcomed Jason to the 'former Take That member' club


by Joel Golby |
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Chimp-faced Stoke native Robbie Williams has finally, finally, finally voiced his opinion on Jason Orange’s decision to leave Take That.

Taking to a fun new social media service called twitter dot com, Robbie — who left the band in 1995, the bastard, but teamed up with them again in 2009 — said he looked forward to working with Jason again.

"Mr Orange,” he said, presumably after pausing Reservoir Dogs briefly. “Until we ride again . Much love Bro x”

Jason announced earlier this week that he would be leaving Take That with immediate effect.

Oh, Jason
Oh, Jason

Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald will continue to record and perform together as a trio, until Howard inevitably leaves, and then Mark decides he’s had enough, and then it will just be Gary Barlow, sternly slamming his hands on a piano and stiffly wearing a three-piece suit. ‘I am a boyband,’ he roars, into the midnight wind. ‘I am! I am I am I am!’

Jason said in a statement: “I want to start by saying how proud I am of what we have achieved together over the years. "However, at a band meeting last week I confirmed to Mark, Gary and Howard that I do not wish to commit to recording and promoting a new album.”

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