Knight Warns Williams Over Take That Reunion
British singer Beverley Knight has warned Robbie Williams not to ruin his recent reunion with Take That by letting his ego spark a feud.
The Angels hitmaker has rejoined his Back for Good bandmates to form a full line-up for the first time in 15 years to release an album and embark on a tour.
Knight, who performed with the group when original members Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Howard Donald reformed for a partial reunion in 2006, is keen to sing with them again.
But she's warning the five-piece to make sure they don't ruin their "second chance" by falling out.
She tells Britain's Daily Star Sunday, "The tour is going to be off the Richter scale and if they wanted me to sing on Relight My Fire again I'd be very happy to do it. But after they fell out so spectacularly last time they need to remember why they split in the back of their minds. I hope they've grown up and moved on. It only takes a little thing to send it into meltdown.
"So, Robbie - I'm talking to you - just be happy. We don't need egos and all of that any more. They're lucky to have a second chance at it."