Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow have sent fans into a frenzy after sharing an incredible clip of themselves hosting a virtual duet.
The Take That singers, who infamously endured a long and spiteful feud in the late 1990s to early 2000s, took to their social media channels to share the video, where they sang a duet of their hit song Shame, 10 years after writing it.
Shame was recorded back in 2010, after the pair got together to put aside their differences and become pals again.
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The intimate single details their reconciliation and explores the issues they had with each other before and after Robbie, who recently reunited with his family after being in isolation over coronavirus fears, quit the band back in 1995.
In the clip, which 49 year old Gary shared with his 618,000 Instagram followers, Robbie, 46, can be heard singing: "Well there's three versions to this story – mine and yours and then the truth."
Gary, who could be seen playing the piano, came in with the next line as he said: "Now we can put it down to circumstance, our childhood, then our youth.”
It was captioned: "Let’s start the week BIG !!!!! Sorry to have made you wait so long for this one. Yes the dynamic duo return.
"Thank you @robbiewilliams for taking the time to be part of this. Big hugs (virtually of course) ps: how is this song 10 years old??????" [sic]
Fans were over the moon by the reunion as one person wrote underneath: "I cant believe It!! OMG, the most awaited duet for me, thank You Gary," [sic] alongside two kissing emojis.
Another said: "Yeessssss! Been waiting for this one!!!" [sic]
A third chimed: "Wow what incredible duet with your incredible mate so nice hear this amazing song thank you @officialgarybarlow and @robbiewilliams omg. 10 years since you guys released this song," [sic] together with several pink heart emojis.
While a fourth added: "Aaaahhhh I was waiting for this!!! I love this song (already 10 years old?!!) and love you guys ….you're amazing xxx @officialgarybarlow @robbiewilliams," [sic] with four black heart emojis.
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This isn't the first online duet Gary has hosted since the UK went into lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic as him and former Boyzone star Ronan Keaten, 43, put on a show for their combined hundreds of thousands of followers by collaborating for a new version of one of the Irishman's biggest hits.
They performed Tracy Chapman's hit single Baby Can I Hold You, which was recorded by Boyzone in 1997, and later covered by Ronan as a solo artist in 2005.
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