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Take That: Now

Take That reunited in 2010 for the album "Progress," which sold a record-breaking 235,000 copies on its first day of release. Since first leaving the band, Robbie Williams, 39, has become one of then most successful pop artists in British history, with a record-setting 17 BRIT Awards and 7 ECHO Awards. His eight solo albums have all gone multi-platinum, and his bad-boy image has made him a tabloid fixture in both the U.S. and the U.K. Take That frontman Gary Barlow, 42, also had a few hits as a solo artist, before embarking on a successful songwriting career and becoming head judge on "The X Factor" in the U.K. Mark Owen, 41, known as the "cute one" of the band, released three solo albums and won the second season of the BBC's "Celebrity Big Brother." Howard Donald, 45, spent the band's hiatus years working as a DJ, while Jason Orange, 43, dabbled in acting and resumed his education. Take That (pictured in 2011 at a music festival in Italy) performed at the closing ceremoines of the 2012 Olympic Games in London, and plan to release a new album in 2014.

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