GARY Kemp has said that Spandau Ballet will never get back together – and he doesn’t want them to.
The 61-year-old said he’s not pals with singer Tony Hadley and that the band – famous for hits such as Gold and To Cut A Long Story Short – struggled to get through their last tour.
Gary, above, said: “I don’t ever want to get Spandau back together again. That’s not going to happen.
“I can’t bear another tour. The effort it takes to get to everyone in a room is so great.
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