British singer Robbie Williams is keen to record a duets album with his Take That co-star Gary Barlow but is worried their bandmates will be offended.
The Angels hitmaker rejoined his former group for an album in 2010 and tour last year (11), but he is gearing up to release his latest solo record Take the Crown in November (12).
Williams has written songs with Barlow for his new record, and admits he is eager to sing on tracks with his pal in the future - but he would hate to upset fellow Take That stars Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Howard Donald.
He tells Britain's GQ magazine, "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. 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.
"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."