Newly reunited British boyband Take That stand to earn a whopping $112 million (£75 million) following Robbie Williams' return to the group, according to U.K. reports.
The Back for Good hitmakers split up in 1996, a year after Williams left to pursue a solo career. They got back together in 2006 for a tour - but it was only a partial reunion, as Angels hitmaker Williams refused to reunite with his old bandmates.
But on Thursday (15Jul10), all five singers - Williams, Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Howard Donald and Jason Orange - confirmed they will release a new album in November (10) and embark on a tour.
The reunion stadium trek looks certain to prove lucrative for the stars - reports claim they will each pocket $22.5 million (£15 million) after working together again.
The pop stars are expected to earn $11.5 million (£7.5 million) apiece from sales, royalties and endorsements and another $15 million (£10 million) from concert dates.
A source tells Britain's The Sun, "Robbie has some commitments with Live Nation and a couple of appearances with Gary for the new single lined up.
"But after that, Take That's creative tour team will be working on the biggest show they have ever put on. Kim Gavin, who has worked with Take That on all their spectacular tours, is already briefed and ready to start coming up with amazing ideas."