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Robbie Williams

is to perform with Take That next month.

The “Millennium” singer has been invited to play at a special concert the group’s singer Gary Barlow is organizing in aid of charity Children In Need and plans to join his former bandmates for a one-off performance.

Robbie quit Take That in 1995, shortly before the rest of the group went their separate ways. “Yes, something is finally going to happen. Me and Gary have been hanging out a lot lately, talking things over,” Williams revealed. “It’s been absolutely amazing. I’ve always wanted to be in a band ever since we split.”

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Robin and Barry GibbThe surviving Bee Gees are planning to play live together again. Robin and Barry Gibb are “getting back together” six years after their brother, Maurice, died in 2003 of a heart attack following surgery for an intestinal blockage.

Robin, 59 - who was Maurice’s twin - said: “I’ve just been with my brother in Miami and we have decided we are going to perform again.” He explained they both feel the time is right as he and his sibling have now “got through the breakwater of emotions” after Maurice’s death, and feel ready to take to the stage again.

“Not just a brother but a comrade in arms really. It’s an emotional thing when you lose someone that close,” Robin said of Maurice.

Barry, 63, and Robin announced shortly after Maurice’s death they would not use the Bee Gees name anymore when performing, although Robin wouldn’t rule out the possibility last summer. “We decided that on an emotional level. Whether or not that will change, we don’t know. It’s a personal thing and we’ll do it when the time is right,” he said.

The group, formed by Robin and Maurice in 1958, became synonymous with the 70’s disco movement, and were instantly recognizable for their falsetto tones, beards and flared trousers. They have sold over 100 million records to date, and their hits including “Stayin’ Alive,” “Night Fever” and “More Than A Woman.”

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TLC's T-Boz and Chilli

In the past year, (a.k.a T-Boz) has kept herself busy with appearances on both The Celebrity Apprentice and The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Now she has an even bigger project in store.

Later this fall, the musician will reunite with another former TLC member for a concert in Vegas. The show with Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas will be their first in the US since 2002. That’s also the same year Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes - the third member of the Grammy-winning R&B/Hip Hop group - was killed after a car accident in Honduras.

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Rihanna and Chris Brown

UPDATE: Contrary to previous reports, the label says “Chris Brown and Rihanna did not record a duet after the incident.”

An unnamed source says that singers Chris Brown and , who have recently gained a ton of public attention for their personal problems, are currently recording a duet together.

is facing felony charges for allegedly assaulting Rihanna, 21, in a domestic dispute. The singer has since released a statement to his fans. “Words cannot begin to express how sorry and saddened I am over what transpired,” Brown stated. “I am seeking the counseling of my pastor, my mother and other loved ones, and I am committed, with God’s help, to emerging a better person.”

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DescriptionAlthough he has seen recent fame on Dancing with the Stars, written a New York Times best seller and almost made it into space, can’t seem to shake his glory days.

In countless interviews, the former ‘N Sync member has made it quite clear that he would be open working again with his old mates. He’s also made himself look kinda desperate in the process. Last November, Bass shared his reunion hopes with MTV. “There’s always a possibility for a tour or reunion. It’s something that we really haven’t discussed yet. But it’s something I would love to talk about. I think it’s maybe needed in the next year or so, and I think our fans would love it, ‘cause we never got to say goodbye.”

Lance then basically repeated himself in a recent chat with Billboard. “You never know what the other guys are going to be able to do or what they’re thinking, but I hope in the next few years we would definitely be able to do another tour and another album.”

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Unable to snag a ride on the New Kids on the Block concert cruise? Then this may be your next best option. Due to high demand, the five gents have added 16 spring stops to their current tour.

New Kids on the Block

  • 3/07: Hidalgo, TX - Borderfest
  • 3/09: Tulsa, OK - BOK Center
  • 3/10: Bossier City, LA - Century Tel Center
  • 3/12: Ft. Myers, FL - Germain Arena
  • 3/13: Orlando, FL - Amway Arena
  • 3/16: Nashville, TN - Sommet Center
  • 3/17: Greenville, SC - Bi-Lo Center
  • 3/19: Baltimore, MD - 1st Mariner Arena
  • 3/20: Hershey, PA - Giant Center
  • 3/22: Erie, PA - Erie Civic Center
  • 3/25: Portland, ME - Cumberland County Civic Center
  • 3/26: Syracuse, NY - OnCenter
  • 3/28: Niagara Falls, NY - Seneca Niagara Casino
  • 3/29: London, ON - John Labbatt Center
  • 3/30: Ottawa, ON - Scotiabank Arena
  • 3/31: Manchester, NH - Verizon Arena

Tickets for most locations will go on sale Saturday, January 24th.

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The new year will not only be about change…it’ll apparently be about reuniting.

So far we’ve already learned about reunion tours for Fleetwood Mac and the Grateful Dead. Now we can add Phish to that growing list.

Although the group split (or took an extended hiatus) back in 2004, the band’s four members will be collaborating once again for eight engagements later this summer. After a three-day stint in March, Phish will resume their tour starting June 4 in New York. (Tickets go on sale January 30th.)

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Grateful Dead

Although is still weeks away from officially taking office, the President-elect can take partial credit for accomplishing one task: getting the Grateful Dead back on the road again.

Speculation about a possible tour began brewing last year after the bandmates reunited for February’s “Deadheads For Obama ‘08” concert in San Francisco. That performance was followed up several months later by another fundraising appearance at October’s “Change Rocks” concert/rally in Pennsylvania.

In a statement, guitarist/singer Bob Weir said the crew had some “unfinished business” to take care of. Bob added, “Everybody has a whole new bag of tricks; we have the body of material we worked up over the years and we have a mind meld going on here and it would be a sin to let that just wither and die.”

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EminemEminem and Dr. Dre will be reunited again on Relapse, the album which will mark 's return to the rap scene.

The real Slim Shady recently spilled to Billboard magazine. "Me and Dre are back in the lab like the old days," he explained. "Just him banging away on tracks and me getting that little spark that makes me write to it."

The Dre-Shady partnership has worked very successfully on past albums. According to reports, Dre even suspended work on his own album, Detox, to work on Relapse.

"I don't have chemistry like that with anyone else as far as producers go - not even close," Eminem said of the partnership. "Dre will end up producing the majority of the tracks on Relapse. We are up to our old mischievous ways ... let's just leave it at that."

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