Take That confirm they're back for good after Coronation performance

On Sunday, the three remaining members of Take That – Gary Barlow, 52, Mark Owen, 51, and Howard Donald, 55 – took to the stage to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III, much to the delight of fans.

Raving about their time on stage, the group shared footage of their performance on social media on Monday and promised the band is ‘back for good’.

The band wrote: ‘It was incredible to perform live together again for the first time in 4 years and there is so much more to come. We’re back for good.’

Needless to say, Take That’s fans were over the moon to hear Gary, Mark and Howard were back in action, with one person writing beneath the video: ‘This has filled our hearts with so much joy, we couldn’t be more proud of you. Welcome back boys.’

Another added: ‘There will never be anyone like you boys, we’ve missed you so much and having you back is the most precious thing,’ while someone else warned, ‘And don’t you dare disappear again!’

Other comments included: ‘So excited to watch you perform again!’ and ‘What a comeback!’


Gary confirmed late last year that Take That was working on new music.

The group, now a trio following the departure of Robbie Williams and Jason Orange, last released an album in 2017.

Speaking to Zoe Ball on her BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show in November, Gary teased: ‘We have started a little bit of writing, but we’re not due to officially start until the New Year.’

He added: ‘Hopefully [there will be an album out] next year, but we’ve got to write some hits.’

Meanwhile, it was confirmed in October that Take That would headline this summer’s BST Hyde Park festival.

In a statement, the chart-topping pop group said: ‘We’re so excited to be back together and that BST Hyde Park will be the first stage we perform on in almost four years.’

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