Gary Barlow surprise performs ‘A Million Love Songs’ at fan’s wedding

Take That singer previously promised to sing at three fan weddings during 2015

Take That singer Gary Barlow made a surprise appearance at a fan’s wedding in Liverpool on Friday (May 22), giving a performance of the group’s 1992 single ‘A Million Love Songs’.

As reported by BBC, Anita Morrissey-Booth and Alex Morrissey had booked a Barlow lookalike for their wedding reception, but were stunned when the real thing turned up.

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The 44-year-old in January promised to sing at three weddings during 2015, stating that the lucky few must be diehard fans. Last month he showed up at the wedding of Danielle and Darrel Jones in Bracknell, Berkshire, also singing ‘A Million Love Songs’.

Meanwhile, Barlow has confirmed that he is working on a Take That musical, claiming that he wants to complete the project in the next five years.

“The Take That musical has got to happen,” he said last month. “I think it’s a great story. I watched Jersey Boys and it’s not too dissimilar to our story. I would love to get that on stage.”


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