Take That have announced that they have entered talks over a Vegas residency.
This was confirmed by band member Gary Barlow, who spoke on the 'Take That: This Life' podcast. This comes as the band who comprise of Barlow, Mark Owen, and Howard Donald, look set to top the charts with their new album, 'This Life'.
"Las Vegas, it looks promising", Barlow said.
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The singer/songwriter who co-produced the band's new album, also added that the trio are working on some "very exciting" plans for their UK Tour, which kicks off next April.
"There’s an invisible switch that happens when the album comes out and there’s nothing else you can do then, so your brain starts thinking about the tour immediately and within the last four days we’ve done the most work on the tour and it’s very, very exciting", Barlow explained.
Elsewhere, Gary Barlow also hinted that Take That's recently released ninth studio album, could be followed up with a tenth very soon.
"We were sat together the other day and they were going through all the numbers (for the This Life album) at the label", Barlow stated. "And everything was looking great and they said to us, ‘How does it feel?’.
"And we turn to one and other and went, ‘Well, it means we can do it again. It means we can make another record in a few weeks".