Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow are set to cement their new-found friendship by ‘BUMMING’ live on the internet, writes Johnny UPPERCASE.
The Take That pair famously fell out when Williams left the band in 1995 after he started knocking about with Oasis and thinking he was it.
But their rocky relationship thawed and they recently performed live together for the first time in 15 years when they sang their new single Shame at a Help For Heroes concert in London.
Now in a bid to raise more cash for the charity, Williams and Barlow have agreed to stream themselves having man sex online.
Famed documentary-maker Nick Broomfield is being lined up to film the intimate sexual activity, which has got the blessing from their bandmates, especially Jason.
A source close to the pair said: “Gary and Rob hated each other for so long and it’s great that they have finally buried the hatchet.
“Robbie mentioned the idea of sticking one up Gaz’s poop-chute and the idea really snow-balled from there. The bumming will be streamed live and we’re sure the fans will love it.”
Plans are still being finalised as who will be “the giver”, although early indications from a show insider are that Barlow will be the one “doing the packing” while Williams “bites down on a fun-sized Mars bar.”
If the live man-on-man action proves a success, charity bosses hope to persuade opera diva Katherine Jenkins perform a number of sex acts with Katie Perry in a Perspex box to be suspended over Hyde Park.