Robbie Williams would quite like to do an album of duets with Gary Barlow at some point, but he's worried what Jason, Howard and Mark might think.
Chatting to GQ (as quoted here) he said: "I've written a couple of songs with Gaz [for the new album] but he's not singing on the album."
"I love working with Gaz," the 'Difficult for Weirdos' hitmaker continued. "I'd love to do an album with him — me and him — but that wouldn't go down well with the boys, I don't think."
Things then got a little complicated as he added: "I'd love to do that in between Take That being Take That and I'd love to do something with Gaz at some point. And being Take That again at some point too."
Mind you, one thing he doesn't want to do is be a judge on a TV talent show, not unless it's on a TV channel that he owns.
"I could do it [judge a show] but I wouldn't want to. Otherwise you're at the mercy of Simon Cowell or the head of BBC," he mused. "You just watch people come in and then be thrown off and I wouldn't like to put myself at the mercy of that. I'd like to own the show and not be able to be sacked."