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Take That 'will do more gigs'
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Take That concluded the Circus tour in London

Take That have concluded their nationwide Circus Live tour with a show at London's Wembley Stadium.

Beginning in Sunderland on 5 June the month-long tour has been witnessed by more than 1 million people.

Speaking to Radio 1's Chris Moyles following the final show, Gary Barlow confirmed the band will tour again.

He said: "We want to do some more, we want to go back out again. We'll come at it fresh next time and see where we go."

Barlow also confirmed that the live show won't be visiting Europe following the success of the 20-date UK tour, saying it was "just so expensive to travel it".

He added: "It was an emotional night for us - this isn't the end."

The record breaking tour has seen 1,080,000 people witness the extravagant gigs as fans spent £50 million on seeing the reunited boy band.

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