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1 March 2018, 20:42 | Updated: 18 December 2018, 11:18
It's surely only a matter of time before Take That release a new album, but what about making a new supergroup?
The Spice Girls were arguably Take That's female equivalent in the 1990s, and now that they're reuniting in some form - potentially for the upcoming royal wedding - what about a Take That/Spice Girls team-up?
Gary spoke about the prospect backstage at the first ever Global Awards in London tonight (March 1):
When asked if he thinks the Spice Girls should reform soon, Gary said: "I think they should. We gig every year, but those guys they’ve had about five years off now!"
On a potential supergroup with the Spices, he added: "Now that’s a good idea. We need a mixed group, we’ve not had one since Steps!"
Gary was appearing at the first ever Global Awards to present the Best Song award with Emma Bunton to Little Mix. Watch the clip below: