TAKE THAT have confirmed they are making a comeback after performing at last night’s coronation concert.
Howard Donald, 55, Gary Barlow, 52, and Mark Owen, 51, wowed fans as they took the stage in Windsor for King Charles III – and have now said they are “back for good”.
The band shared a clip of their performance and wrote: “Performing live together for the first time in 4 years has been amazing and there is so much more to come. We’re back forever.”
During their performance last night, the band were joined by two special guests – Robin Schulz and Britain’s Got Talent star Calum Scott.
Speaking to The Sun before the showGary, 52, told us: “We are truly honored to have been invited to participate, it is a great moment in our country’s history.
“This will be the first show we have done as Take That since our Odyssey Tour four years ago in 2019 and what a stage to return to.”
Take That, which rose to fame in 1990, originally consisted of Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Robbie Williams.
Five years later, Robbie decided to leave the group while Jason left in 2014.
Take That were active between 1990 and 1996, reuniting in 2005.
The trio recently teamed up with hitmaker Calum Scott for a revamp of their hit Greatest Day.
The song reached number 1 in the UK chart when it was released off their fifth album The Circus in 2008.
The anthemic but understated single was turned into a dancefloor banger by German DJ Robin Schulz.