After reuniting with the pop icons for 2010 album ‘The Flood’, Williams left once more a year later, before Orange’s exit turned the group into a three piece – consisting of Mark Owen, Gary Barlow, and Howard Donald.
But Williams has now opened up on the prospect of a full reunion, admitting that he’d be up for it if Orange agreed to return too.
“I’m in if it’s a five-piece. I’d probably be in even if it isn’t,” he admitted.
“That being said, that’s not on any calendar for the next five years.”
However, it’s unlikely that Orange will agree to a return, after it was previously claimed that he believed the group had ruined his life.
“When I put Jason in the band he loved it, but he turned around years later and said he was upset with me,” founding manager Nigel Martin-Smith told the Daily Star.
“He said he couldn’t sing, he wasn’t a musician and I had no right to put him in the band. He wanted to know why I did it to him. He said he had loads of issues as a result of it and seemed to blame me for ruining his life. I couldn’t believe it.”