Singer Robbie Williams has become one of the biggest British artists around since he left Take That back in the 90s but has since rejoined the group for a reunion tour, which was a huge success. Robbie has now opened up about his future with Take That, claiming that he hopes to continue to work with them.
Williams explained, “Am I rejoining Take that? I haven't officially left. This is all written now, what happens with me and the boys, it's up to us to write what configuration, what happens, how we sing it, where we go if we do go, if we don't go, and that is still up in the air. Very, very much.”
He added, “What I do know, God willing if we all remain healthy, then I will definitely be a part of Take That at some point because I love being in the band, I love the boys and I love the creative process with them. It's joyful being around them and that tour last summer was just absolutely incredible, it kick-started my professional career, not for other people, but for my sake - got my confidence back.”
Robbie continued, “Being with the boys gave me space to find myself again, I'm back, I want to go on tour and I want to smash it. I'm sure there are many factors why I'm back and I've got the energy, Take That being one and my baby being the other.”
Robbie Williams is preparing to go on tour next year, with tickets for the 2013 tour going on sale on Friday.