Take That will reportedly be joining a star-studded lineup of acts including sisters Kylie and Dannii Minogue at the King Charles’ Coronation concert.
The iconic boy band, now made up of Gary Barlow, 52, Mark Owen, 51, and Howard Donald, 54, was set to headline the event at Windsor Castle in May, according to The sun.
It is expected that Jason Orange, who left the band in 2014, could also sing in the celebration.
However, it is known that Robbie Williams does not appear in the show.
The show will air on the BBC a day after the King’s coronation and is expected to attract massive ratings.
Big show: Take That will reportedly join a star-studded lineup of acts at King Charles’ coronation concert, including Kylie and Dannii Minogue (Photo: Mark, Gary and Howard)
Gary Barlow’s band has had a huge number of hits since its inception in 1990 and enjoys success all over the world.
They are touring in the summer, but reportedly have not arranged a venue for May 7 in case they perform at the concert.
Kylie and Dannii are also reportedly performing at the concert alongside Lionel Richie, after driving fans wild with their surprise reunion at Sydney WorldPride earlier this week.
More acts are expected to be revealed for the Coronation concert in the coming weeks, with a source saying: ‘The biggest names and acts in world music are being approached for the concert.
“If you make a list of the hottest acts in the world over the past 30 years, they’re all considered.
“But Take That was almost at the top of that list and is a huge coup for the organizers to cross the line so early.”
MailOnline reached out to representatives for Gary Barlow and Kylie and Dannii Minogue for comment.
Earlier this week, Kylie and Dannii joined in a rendition of Kylie’s hit song, All The Lovers, to the delight of the Sydney Pride crowd and viewers watching the live stream around the world.
Sisters reunited: Kylie and Dannii are also reportedly performing at the concert alongside Lionel Richie after delighting fans with their reunion at Sydney Pride earlier this week
Coming soon: The show will air on the BBC, a day after the King’s coronation and is expected to attract massive ratings (King Charles pictured on Thursday)
The pair were clearly having a ball, joining hands and cuddling up close as they sang and danced together.
Kylie wore a bright blue lace bodysuit with large sheer panels and flowing netting.
The famous sisters last shared a stage in 2015, when they appeared on The X Factor.
It was then that they first played their duet 100 Degrees, a song from Kylie’s Christmas album.
It comes after Robbie and Mark thrilled Take That fans when they reunited in a funny Instagram video last month.
The pair were filmed by Robbie’s wife Ayda Field eating pizza while bizarrely sitting in high chairs.
Mark and Robbie joked about being the band’s babies as they sat in high chairs with Robbie’s daughter Coco, four, and son Beau, two.
Ayda joked, ‘I enjoyed both of you in the high chairs. I think it looks good’, to which Robbie replied, ‘There was nowhere else we could sit. And we’re also the babies of the band.’
Fans were very excited to see the two singers together and rushed to thank Ayda for sharing the clip.
They wrote, “OMG you almost made my heart stop. How cute are those two??? Love seeing them together, thanks for sharing!’;
This little clip made my year ❤️ Oh my god. Tomorrow is blue Monday, no more. Thanks Ayda ✌Hart = FULL ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ x x’;
‘Aww..Rob and Mark made my day together ❤️ love them in the highchairs x’
The reunion comes after Mark recently said he ‘would like’ Robbie to rejoin Take That.
Formed in 1989, Take That achieved 12 number one singles on the UK Singles Chart along with eight number one albums and are currently the most successful boy band in UK chart history.
Kidz: Take That was formed in 1989 and achieved 12 number one singles on the UK Singles Chart (LR Robbie, Howard, Mark, Jason and Gary in 1993)
The original lineup consisted of Robbie, 47, who left the band in 1995 and forged a phenomenally successful solo career. The group broke up a year later.
In 2006 the band – minus Robbie – reunited and again enjoyed great success.
Robbie returned to the band in 2010 for the new album Progress, but stepped down once in 2014.
Mark has previously said that he, Gary Barlow and Howard Donald were planning their next LP as a three piece, but hoped Robbie would join them at some point.
Take That fans have also been waiting for the release of Greatest Days.
The film follows a young boy band inspired by (but not the same as) the real pop group and compromises newcomers Aaron Bryan, Dalvin Cory, Joshua Jung, Mark Samaras and Mervin Noronha.