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Take That's Mark Owen: 'We'd be up for Glastonbury'

Take That member Mark Owen has said that the band would be willing to headline Glastonbury.

Speaking to The Sun, the star has been to the festival several times himself, and reckons that the 'Rule The World' hitmakers could put on a good show at the event.

Owen said: "I love Glastonbury. I would go there, definitely. We’re all meeting up in a few weeks, so we’ll see."

However, the singer ruled out any chances of Take That playing at this year's festival, which is rumoured to have Rihanna headline on one of its nights.

Pop acts have become more common at Glastonbury in recent years, as Lady Gaga played the legendary event in 2009 and Beyoncé headlined the Pyramid Stage in 2011.

Owen also spoke about his forthcoming solo album at the premiere for new British crime film 'Welcome To The Punch', saying: "It’s called 'The Art Of Doing Nothing'.

“It’s like a project. The name came because when anybody asks me what I’m up to I say, ‘nothing’, so now I’m calling it 'The Art Of Doing Nothing'.”





Watch the video for Take That's 'Rule The World' below: