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  • Take That’s Howard Donald forced to miss Gala night of Gary Barlow’s The Girls Musical after his wife goes into labour

    The singer’s new arrival may mean that his appearance on the Let It Shine final this weekend is cancelled

     

    TAKE That star Howard Donald was forced to miss the Gala night of Gary Barlow’s The Girls Musical as his wife is believed to have gone into labour.

    The singer’s new arrival may mean that his appearance on the Let It Shine final this weekend is cancelled, as he continues to spend time with his family.

     

    A source said: “Howard was upset to have missed the show last night but he needed to be on standby for the arrival of his fourth baby.

    “He has always been a rock for his bandmates and Gary completely understood why he couldn’t be there.
    “Everyone is really excited for the birth – it is just a matter of time now.”

    The Gala night took place yesterday at the Phoenix Theatre in London’s West End.

     

    The baby’s imminent arrival has thrown Howard’s appearance on the Let It Shine final this weekend into doubt.

    Gary Barlow had staged a Take That reunion – complete with Robbie Williams – for the series finale of the BBC talent show.

    But the judge could be left a member down with Howard dedicating his time to his new born.

    Howard revealed he was going to become a dad again in October – just ten months after he and wife Katie welcomed son Bowie.

    He shared the exciting news by tweeting that he would be having even more sleepless nights come February.

    The singer tweeted: “Guess what? Me and Katie are happy to announce we will have our 2nd child in Feb. Yay! No more sleep for another 2 years.”

    Howard also has two daughters Grace and Lola from past relationships.

     

     

    Source:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk

     

     

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  • Gary Barlow wants Jason Orange back for Take That anniversary

    Gary Barlow is eager for his former band mate Jason Orange and part-time member Robbie Williams to rejoin the group for their 30th anniversary celebrations

     

    Gary Barlow is desperate for Jason Orange to reunite with Take That to mark their 30th anniversary in 2022.

    The 46-year-old frontman is determined to persuade Jason, who quit in 2014, and part-timer Robbie Williams, 43, to be involved in the group's milestone celebrations.

    Gary - who is also joined by Mark Owen and Howard Donald in the man band - told Magic Radio: ''We are going to hopefully maybe get Robbie on board and get Jason on board. It might be the 30th anniversary that we end up celebrating.''

    Gary - who is currently head judge on his BBC talent show 'Let It Shine' - is adamant that one day Robbie and Jason will return at some point and he has assured fans that they are back for good.

    He previously said: ''We're at the point in our careers where we feel more excited than we've ever been.

    ''I do picture doing more solo stuff in the future.

    ''It's been a few years since I've done that.

    ''I don't think there's ever going to be an announcement that says, 'Take That is finished', I really don't.

    ''I just think it may be different. It may be four. It may be three, it may be five. I think it's always going to be changing, that bit.''

    The 'Could It Be Magic' hitmakers celebrate 25 years together in 2017, but won't be performing live to celebrate for some time afterwards as they want Robbie - who embarks on a solo tour this year - to join them on stage.

    Gary recently said: ''We are still trying to work out the reunion.

    ''We are looking at a tour in 2018 and we'll drop the album at the very end of next year. But these things can change, at the moment that's what we are hoping for. Robbie will hopefully come along but Jason is happy staying where he is for now.''

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    Contactmusic

     

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  • Giants lyrics

    [Verse 1]
    We are giants, I can't believe it
    We were giants all along
    On the surface and all around us
    We are giants, we are strong
    I see you standing, see you dancing
    On the pavement, in the park
    We are giants, can you feel it
    So much bigger than we thought

    [Pre-Chorus 1]
    I think I might be heading out of body
    I've gotta love, you've gotta love somebody

    [Chorus]
    When I look in your eyes
    I'm bigger than the night sky
    As high as the sun, high as a storm
    We are giants, we are giants
    We are giants

    [Verse 2]
    There are giants across the water
    There are giants heading home
    In the middle of the madness
    There are giants being born

    [Pre-Chorus 2]
    I feel [?] glory
    I've gotta love, you've gotta love somebody like you

    [Chorus]
    When I look in your eyes
    I'm bigger than the night sky
    As high as the sun, high as a storm
    We are giants, we are giants
    When I look in your eyes
    I'm bigger than the night sky
    As high as the sun, high as a storm
    We are giants, we are giants

    [Bridge]
    We are giants in our hearts
    We are giants, every one of us
    We are giants in our hearts
    We are giants, we are giants

    [Chorus]
    When I look in your eyes
    I'm bigger than the night sky
    As high as the sun, high as a storm
    We are giants, we are giants
    We are giants
    We are giants
    As high as the sun, high as a storm
    We are giants, we are giants
    We are giants

     

     

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  • Take That star Mark Owen interviewed by Winchester students

    IT was a day that students at a Winchester school will never forget.

    International popstar Mark Owen from Take That visited The Henry Beaufort School as a special guest to be interviewed for the student's ongoing project, BBC News School Report.

    The star visited the school to be questioned by budding journalists about his life as a popstar.

    The students first presented to Mark the other interviews they had conducted for the project, including BBC broadcaster Andrew Harvey, Dr Fowler CBE and children's author Andrew Norriss.

     

    They enjoyed some refreshments together before taking to the green screen to film their interview.

    The three students that appeared on camera with Mark, Alice, Alfie and Rebecca, who asked questions about Mark's time in Take That, his solo career and his inspiration in life.

    The rest of the team then took notes for the official write-up after the edit.

    English teacher and organiser of the BBC News School Report Miss Bean said: "Having Mark visit the school gave the students such a great opportunity to experience life as a real journalist – working with high profile interviewees, thinking on the spot and remaining professional on screen. We're really grateful he took the time to visit us."

    Headteacher Miss Hearle said: "I am so grateful to Mark Owen for giving up his time to support our students in their 2017 BBC News School Report. I know the students were thrilled at having the opportunity to interview him. We look forward to viewing the final cut."

    The full interview with Mark will be available on the school's website.

     

    Source:

    http://www.dailyecho.co.uk

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