Thursday, 24 February 2011

Take That Song Lyrics Changed By Robbie On Live TV

Robbie Williams hanged the lyrics to one of the band's songs on live TV and surprised the Take That fans.

A new introduction to 'The Flood' had been sang by Robbie,who recently joined the group Take That,he sang the song during an appearance at the Sanremo Festival.

Williams should have opened the song with the line: “Standing on the edge of forever, at the start of whatever, shouting love at the world.”

But instead he sang: “Standing on the feet of our Trevor, but our Trevor was clever, shouting love at the world.”

Take That are due to kick off a UK stadium tour in May.

Sunday, 20 February 2011

£400,000 spend by Take That on their BRIT Awards afterparty

After triumphing in Best Group category,£400,000 has been spend by the Take That band on their BRIT Awards afterparty.

Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Jason Orange, Howard Donald and Robbie Williams ' each member put £80,000 each towards the cost of the bash.

The party of the success took place at London's Savoy hotel, on their credit cards after winning the Best Group honour on the fourth time they had been nominated.

A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: 'Take That were adamant they wanted to celebrate in style. This was the biggest night in their entire career ' the first time in four attempts that they have won in this category.

't was Mark's idea originally and the boys' way of saying 'thank you' to the label and all their mates.

'They agreed on a set figure and just went for it. Their wives and partners won't be too impressed with next month's bank statements but it was an incredible night.'

At the Universal-sponsored party,group were joined by guests including Rihanna and Justin Bieber.

To open the BRIT Awards at London's O2,Take That performed their new single 'Kidz'.

Wednesday, 16 February 2011

Take That Named Best British Group

Best British group for the first time at the Brit Awards has been went to Take That band.

Take that band embark this year's event at the O2 in London with a show-stopping performance of their new single Kidz.

It was the eight time the band has been nominated and finally they have won as a five-piece since 1994.

It has been revealed that after receiving the award the band has celebrated there success in a very great way spending £400,000 on an after party at the Savoy Hotel.

"Take That were adamant they wanted to celebrate in style. This was the biggest night in their entire career – the first time in four attempts that they have won in this category," a source told the news provider.

The band begin a huge UK tour later this year at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland on May 27th.

Sunday, 6 February 2011

Robbie Williams to replace Simon Cowell on The X Factor

Take That star Robbie Williams who has come on the show a number of times as a performer,could be the judging panel's new 'top dog' if Cowell decides to take a back seat to focus on the US version of the show.

Because of the star cheeky sense of humour and outspokenness,Robbie seems to be perfect replacement for the music mogul.

An insider told The Daily Star: 'Robbie is a huge name so would naturally be a massive ratings hit. Not only that, he is also straight-talking and comical.

'We all understand that right now America is where Simon's focus has to be. There aren't many people that can fill his shoes, but Robbie just might be able to do it.'

Gary Barlow for a role on the judging panel is another name considering by TV bosses, which could bring up some old rivalries between the two singers.

Speaking to The Sun after the National Television Awards last week, Cowell said that none of last year's judging panel have been given new contracts yet.

'I think there are going to be a few surprises. I genuinely do. I don't think there's one set way of doing it. I am currently in conversations with ITV and Fox,' he added.