Boy band Take That are rumoured to be reforming - minus Robbie Williams. The band has called a press conference tomorrow to make a "very exciting announcement".
Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Mark Owen are believed to be getting back together for a tour next year, 10 years after they split.
Interest in the band has revived thanks the recent tell-all ITV documentary and the release of their greatest hits album.
And lead singer Barlow said last week they had been offered £1 million each to go back on the road.
"Robbie has been included in the offer but I don't know what he thinks," he said. "But we would do it without him. I think we'd have to.
"Financially it's a very tempting idea and I know a lot of our fans would like it.
"Our live shows were what made Take That great, so if we came back it would have to beat that otherwise I wouldn't want to do it."
He added: "We won't make another album together. But next year we could tour.
"It is certainly something everyone is open to if people want to come to see us."Reuse content