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Jewtopiaa comedic play about Jewish stereotypes and dating, premiered in Napoleon Dynamitea film in a which one subplot involves a central character's online and later in-person relationship. Euro Tripa film in which the central character has a relationship wholly via email with a girl from Berlin. Must Love Dogsa film about two people trying to find love through online dating. Because I Said Soa film in which a mother creates an online dating profile for her daughter.
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It features all four band members dressed up as vintage circus clowns, which tied in with their forthcoming Take That Present: The Circus Live tour. This tour quickly became the fastest-selling of all time, breaking all records by selling all of theirtickets in less than four and a half hours. The Circus Livewhich sold 98, copies on its first day of release and was certified Platinum in July The live album also featured a stripped down session recorded live at the famous Abbey Road Studios in London.
It featured the members singing the set list from the preceding tour, albeit in a studio setting.
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Progress and Robbie Williams's return Robbie Williams rejoined the band in On 7 Junethe news broke of a single called " Shame ", which had been written by Barlow and Williams and would feature the vocals of both artists.
This was the first time the pair had worked together since and would appear on the second greatest hits collection of Williams. The single "Shame" peaked at number 2 on the UK Singles Chart while also achieving success throughout Europe, charting in over 19 countries.
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After months of working together, assembling new songs for a new album and even debating a band-name change to "The English", a joint statement between Williams and the group read, "The rumours are true The single also achieved success across Europe, charting inside the top 10 in ten countries while also charting in another nine countries whilst also being nominated for an Ivor Novello Award for best work. The band then played at some of the biggest venues across Europe for the second leg of the tour.
The phenomenal demand for tickets across the country led to the web sites of all the major UK ticket suppliers either crashing or considerably slowing for hours on end. The demand and sheer volume of fans also created problems for the UK telephone network.
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The album retained the number one spot for six consecutive weeks in the UK since its release, selling 2. It also debuted inside the top 10 of the charts in Austria, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Switzerland.
Their performance of "Kidz", praised by critics,   involved a highly choreographed routine featuring dancers dressed in police-styled riot gear bearing the Take That symbol on the uniform and shields.
It was packaged alongside the album Progress and returned the band to number 1 in the UK Album Chart the week after it was released on 13 June On the first two days on sale the tour DVD was reported to be selling "twice as much as the entire music DVD chart combined"   The DVD debuted at number 1 on the UK Music Video top 40 in its first week on release  and sold overcopies in two weeks of release in the UK alone.
Hiatus On 1 October on The Jonathan Ross ShowGary Barlow confirmed when asked about their plans that they were on a break, but confirmed they would reunite in the future. On 4 Octoberit was announced that Take That were to go on hiatus after the completion of the Progress tour, with Barlow continuing his role as a judge on The X Factor and Williams recording new solo material.
The performance earned him praise for appearing live so soon after the tragedy. Robbie Williams's second departure, Jason Orange's departure and III Jason Orange left the band in In MayOwen announced that Take That were to begin recording their seventh studio album in and On 14 JanuaryDonald and Barlow both tweeted that Take That had entered the studio to begin recording the album,  although it was not initially clear if Williams was present at these recording sessions.
On 28 AprilWilliams announced on Twitter he was to become a dad for a second time, and consequently suggested he would be unable to join Take That on their album and tour. Barlow, Donald and Owen issued a joint statement about Orange's decision which said: Jason leaving is a huge loss both professionally and even more so personally Jason's energy and belief in what this band could achieve has made it what it is today, and we'll forever be grateful for his enthusiasm, dedication and inspiration over the years.
Titled " These Days ", it was released on 23 November and went to No. It was then followed by a sell-out arena tour entitled Take That Live. On 14 Octoberthe band announced their new single "Hey Boy", released on 16 October, which is the first single from the re-release of III.
Local newspaper, the Las Vegas Sun writes that everything is still unconfirmed,  despite Barlow confirming the rumour on Twitter. Wonderland On 2 Februaryin an interview with The SunBarlow revealed that Take That would release their eighth studio album later in the year.
On 4 MayEnglish drum and bass duo Sigma announced their newest single would feature Take That. On 17 Februarythe lead single of Wonderland was released. On 8 AprilITV aired a specially commissioned hour-length television special titled An Evening with Take That, where the band performed some songs from the album, along with some old classics including " Never Forget ", "Back for Good" and " Rule the World ".
On 27 Aprilit was announced on Twitter that "New Day" would be released as the next single from the album Wonderland. The band were seen recording the music video in a field in Luton the days leading up the opening night of the Wonderland Live tour. The band returned a month later to perform at the One Love Manchester benefit concert. This then turned in to a ticketed charity event where the money from tickets sold would go towards benefiting Children in Need.
The auction was held on BBC Radio 2. On 11 NovemberTake That began their foreign tour in Perth, Australia, the first time they have performed in the country in over twenty years. Instead it was broadcast on Sky 1 on 23 December and in cinemas. The tour will be a Greatest Hits tour and celebrate the 30th anniversary of the band. There will also be a Greatest Hits album,  which is titled Odysseyand it was released on 23 November The Greatest Hits album features existing songs from their back catalogue that have been re-imagined and 3 brand new songs.
Take That posted and then later removed a statement on their website distancing themselves from it. It aired on 7 December on ITV1. Look Back, Don't Stare, a black-and-white documentary which focused on the band working together for the first time in 15 years. Through a series of interviews, the band look back at their achievements while also looking forward to what the future holds for them.
Take That, including Robbie Williams, were billed as co-producers. Since reuniting inthey have become more experimental: