Robbie Williams Spaces Out In “Morning Sun,” Hints At Reunion With Take That

Feb 15th, 2010 // Comment

Tomorrow Robbie Williams will receive the Outstanding Contribution To Music Award at the BRITS, so what better time for the singer to unveil the video for “Morning Sun”? The song is the official BBC Sports Relief charity single this year, and the third single off his latest album Reality Killed The Video Star.

Hop below to catch rocket man Robbie lift off for a somber journey into space.

And speaking of all things solar, Williams hinted to The Sun that there might be a bit of truth to the never-ending rumors that he’ll soon be rejoining his old bandmates Take That—for something or other.

“I could tell you all about it but they would kill me,” he told the paper. “Let’s put it this way, something big is on its way.”

Robbie, who celebrated his 36th birthday on Saturday, appears on the Helping Haiti cover of “Everybody Hurts” with Take That’s Gary Barlow and Mark Owen. The single sold 453,000 copies last week, and topped the UK chart yesterday.

And getting back to “Morning Sun,” Take That recorded their own “stellar” tune, “Rule The World,” for the 2007 film Stardust.

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