Robbie Williams NOT coming to Barbados for Old Year’s Night – However, rest of “Take That” will have private bash for UK Recording Exec, says Daily Mail

Thanks to regular reader and blogging commentator John DaSilva for this tip from the Daily Mail;-

“…{freezing} temperatures {in the UK} aren’t currently bothering the members of Take That.

The group have jetted out to Barbados to perform a New Year’s Eve show for record company exec Lucian Graingein exchange for an all-expenses paid week away with their families.”

Robbie Williams, 49, will not be home for Christmas but in LA then rejoin the rest of Take that in time for the Brit Awards in February {IMAGE COURTESY:}

I would fly and come out of retirement too, if I can get way from a brutal winter and be in a tropical fun-spot? LOL!

But the key member of the ex-Brit Boy Band won’t be tagging along;-

Mark {Owen} together with Gary Barlow, 39, Howard Donald, 42, and Jason Orange, 40, have been flown out to the Caribbean with their families for a week-long all expenses paid trip.

“However, newly reunited bandmate Robbie Williams has not joined the band as he has ‘family commitments’ in Los Angeles.

Grainge, 49, is widely regarded as the most powerful man in the UK music industry and will begin his new role as global CEO of Universal Music in January.”

But it seems the Brit online paper is making a bit of a gloomy prophecy for the next few days?

The group will be reunited with Williams when they return to England and they will then gear up for their performance at next year’s Brit Awards on 15 February.

However, those of you feeling a little jealous of the band’s free island jaunt in 30 degree heat might be pleased to hear that the weather forecast is predicting rain for the next four days.”

Predicting the weather is like me saying I won the lottery, huh? I may have but not the big prize just a smaller one, not necessarily the Grand Kahuna we all lust after… So we’ll see how accurate the Daily Mail is about our weather!

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