Barlow to become wedding singer for three of his biggest fans

Barlow to become wedding singer for three of his biggest fans

Gary Barlow is to play at the weddings of three of his fans in 2015.

The Take That frontman has revealed the news on Twitter, where he explained he receives thousands of wedding requests every week and has decided to grant the wishes of three of his biggest fans.

In a series of tweets, the 43-year-old star wrote: "Ready for some fun ? (sic)

"Every week I receive thousands of requests to sing at someone's Wedding !

"In 2015 I want to sing at 3 weddings.

"The only deal is they have to be HUGE fans.

"And all you have to do is stalk me on here."

And Gary even revealed he'd be happy to keep details of the event a secret until after the wedding.

He continued: "I won't publish on here which weddings till after the event.

"In the past best friends have organised these things so if you want to keep a surprise no problem."

Meanwhile, Take That recently revealed their eagerness to perform at Glastonbury.

The trio - featuring Gary, Mark Owen and Howard Donald - are desperate to perform at Worthy Farm in Somerset, South West England, but festival organiser Michael Eavis will not return their calls.

Howard said: "Historically we've never done festivals - we did try and contact Michael Eavis but he didn't reply."

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