It has been confirmed that Take That are going to perform at the BBC Music Awards.
The now-trio will perform to over 13,000 people at the first ever musical award ceremony for the BBC, which is to take place on Thursday 11th December.
Earlier this week it was also confirmed that ‘Ghost’ singer, Ella Henderson, will take to the stage with Labrinth for a special collaboration.
Henderson, Labrinth and Take That will also be joined by the likes of Paloma Faith, One Direction, Ed Sheeran, Calvin Harris and Coldplay for the event.
Chris Evans and Fearne Cotton will host the ceremony at Earls Court in London which will air on BBC One, Radio 1 and Radio 2.
Take That recently released their single ‘These Days’ which has overtaken both Band Aid 30 and Taylor Swift, sitting comfortably at number one on the iTunes chart, making it a serious contender for the UK’s new number one, to be revealed on Sunday.
The single is the lead track from the band’s upcoming album, III, which became the most pre-ordered album of all time on Amazon UK.
Listen to ‘These Days’ below.