Take That to reunite with Robbie Williams and Jason Orange in 2017?

Three could become five especially for their 25th anniversary celebrations

Take That

by Laurence Mozafari |
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What could be a better Christmas present than the prospect of Take That reuniting all five original members, including Jason Orange and Robbie Williams.

Well, a hoverboard would be pretty cool and this poop emoji pillow would be pretty cool, but we can just settle for one of our fav original boybands reuniting in full.

The boys, well men, are currently operating as a threesome with Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald, but The Mirror has heard that in honour of their 25th Anniversary the guys could all come together for some very special shows in 2017.

A source close to the band said: “They are going to celebrate their 25th anniversary for sure and it would be great to have Robbie and Jason back.

"It’s a big deal to mark the occasion and not one many bands get to do.”

Jason Orange is thought to have quit the music industry altogether, but perhaps Robbie's involvement could tempt him back.

The band originally split in 1996, then reformed sans Robbie in 2005. He came back in 2010, then officially left again to have his second child in 2014. If the guys do come back together in 2017 it’ll have been a whopping FIVE YEARS since we saw all their handsome faces perform together.

If you can’t wait that long for another TT taster, they’ll be playing Barclaycard’s British Summer Time in Hyde Park on July 9.

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