Former Take That bandmates Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow are set to poke fun at their tumultuous relationship - by filming a spoof of gay cowboy movie Brokeback Mountain.
Angels hitmaker Williams has returned to the studio to record a new album with the British boyband, which he left in 1995 to pursue a solo career.
The reunited five-piece will release the CD at Christmas (10) before reportedly embarking on a tour next summer (11) - but first they'll tease fans with the parody clip.
The promo for Shame, which was co-written by Williams and Barlow, will see the pair likening their friendship to the 2005 romantic drama, which starred Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal as forbidden lovers.
A source tells Britain's The Sun, "In the song there's a line about he (Williams) went into Toys R Us and saw the four Take That dolls in a box and realised he felt left out.
"Everything is in place now to formally announce Robbie's return to Take That for one year only. He will announce his comeback with a public statement. Then he'll release Shame with Gary."