John Giddings: 'I turned down Take That reunion'

James Hanley

Leading music agent John Giddings has revealed he turned down the chance to represent Take That when the band reunited 10 years ago - because Robbie Williams wasn't involved.

Giddings was dubbed the “agent of the noughties” by Billboard after working on three of the highest-grossing tours of all time - U2’s 360, The Rolling Stones’ A Bigger Bang and Madonna’s Sticky & Sweet - but admitted to making the odd lapse of judgement during his career.

Speaking at the ...

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