Jason Orange celebrated his 40th birthday last night with a curry feast on a hotel rooftop.
The Take That star tucked into several spicy dishes at a lavish joint party with his twin brother Justin.
The duo booked out an entire hotel in their hometown Manchester from 4pm yesterday until midday today for family and friends.
Orange only sent out invitations a few days ago to keep the bash secret. His bandmate Howard Donald arrived at the hotel last night at 6pm with an overnight bag and the rest of the band are said to have turned up at the Great John Street Hotel later last night.
As well as curries, millionaire Jason also served up fish and chips and a hog roast in a lavish marquee decorated with fairy lights erected on the hotel's roof terrace.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Jason pulled out all the stops to make this a night he'll never forget.
"The roof terrace was covered with a huge marquee and twinkly lights, and he had all sorts of surprises up his sleeve.
"The food alone was something else - he ordered curries galore, fish and chips and even a huge hog roast."
After the meal, guests danced to Take That hits including ‘Shine’ and ‘Rule the World’ as well as hit single ‘No Regrets’ by Robbie Williams - who has just rejoined the band.
The party comes ahead of Take That’s new album – their first with the full original line-up since Robbie quit in 1995 – and scheduled 52-date arena tour.