"Sing" Collaborators Reunited After Jubilee

After their Diamond Jubilee collaboration "Sing" reached No. 1, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Gary Barlow are writing together again for Take That's forthcoming album.

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Gary Barlow

Take That's next album could take more of a musical theatre direction as Gary Barlow has roped in his latest celebrity friend, Andrew Lloyd Webber, to write new songs with him. Barlow and Lloyd Webber previously collaborated on the song "Sing" which reached No. 1 in the U.K. charts earlier this year in commemoration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

According to The Sun, Gary has already sent Andrew an idea for a new song and they plan to write together when they are both on holiday in Spain this summer. Andrew confirmed, "I've come up with the tune this time and he’s already emailed me with lyrics this morning. It hasn’t got a title yet." The pair originally planned to write for another artist, but are now aiming to create a track for the next Take That album.

2012 is turning out to be quite a busy year for Andrew, as he is currently searching for the lead in his new production of Jesus Christ Superstar. Lloyd Webber is looking for someone to play Jesus in the rock opera, which will tour U.K. arenas. The auditions are currently being broadcast on ITV1.

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