It seems like everyone is being linked to next year's Glastonbury Festival, but Take That's Mark Owen has hinted that band could be making a big appearance.
The singer revealed that the group are meeting up soon to discuss future projects, and named Glastonbury as a possible option for next summer.
Speaking to The Sun, Mark said, "I love Glastonbury. I would go there, definitely. We're all meeting up in a few weeks, so we'll see."
Take That would follow other pop acts to headline the iconic festival such as Lady GaGa, Beyoncé and Kylie Minogue.
Robbie Williams performed at the event back in 1998, having famously attended the festival with Oasis in 1995.
Take That last performed live together at the closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics.
However, Kasabian's Serge Pizzorno has revealed that it might actually be The Rolling Stones headlining the festival.
The band's main man let the secret slip during a conversation with MTV News, during which he was discussing Kasabian's headlining slot at Hard Rock Calling on the same June weekend.
He said, "I hope ours is the most talked about performance of the weekend, but that would be a miracle because The Rolling Stones are playing Glastonbury."
Other Glastonbury rumours so far have included the live comeback of the great David Bowie, Prince, Arctic Monkeys and Rihanna.
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