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Robbie Williams has Take-away
Take That had dinner at Robbie Williams' house further fuelling rumours they are getting back together for good.
The band - Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Howard Donald and Jason Orange - indulged in a takeaway at Robbie's Los Angeles home after spending the day recording songs together.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "It's just like old times. The session on Tuesday (26.01.10) went great and they are planning on getting back in the studio soon."
Robbie, 35, spent five hours with his former bandmates in the studio this week.
An insider said: "All the signs are looking good. It's great news for the fans. They're using this time in Los Angeles to start working together as a band again.
"They were delighted with the session and were congratulating each other as they left. They're using this time together to crack on with reunion songs."
A spokesperson for the group confirmed they had been socialising with Robbie.
They said: "Take That didn't go to Los Angeles with plans to official write or record with Robbie, but they've been hanging out together, which is great."Posted on 29 Jan 2010 10:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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