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Thursday, 3 May 2007

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Karaoke Sinatra anyone?

Robbie Williams agent today confirmed that he will be joining his old band Take That at the free for all that is the Diana concert. Following a slide in his career Robbie has at last decided that it might be prudent to clutch that last straw being tentatively offered by his old band-mates.

Robbie's agent said today that she was certain Robbie would be on top form following his stint in rehab and that he will almost certainly be singing solo, hogging the limelight, upstaging his fellow band mates and generally taking over the whole gig in a prat-like manner.

Mark Owen commented "I hope he doesn't push us off the stage again, I'm still a bit delicate from last time"

When questioned about the wisdom of asking Karaoke King Williams to join them on stage, formerly fat star Gary Barlow responded, "Well, you see, now its my turn, last time Robbie dumped us and got a great solo career and wads of cash while I rotted in the wilderness despite having all the talent, this time I intend to do a couple of songs, then announce I'm going solo, kick Mark, Howard and Donald off the stage, then beat the crap out of Robbie live on stage. That should confirm my wild, bad boy image and launch my solo career."

When asked the title of his forthcoming solo album, Gary would only reveal that it would be something like "I f**king hate you, Robbie."

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