X Factor 2012: Take That’s Gary Barlow & Peter Kay take on funny TV tunes at solo concert – (VIDEO)
Gary Barlow is rolling out the guest stars for his series of solo concerts this week.
A few days ago the X Factor judge took to the stage in the Royal Albert Hall in London and towards the end of his set he surprised audience members by introducing his old Take That bandmate Robbie Williams.
The ‘Rock DJ’ hitmaker joined his old pal for a few tunes and the pair performed ‘Eight Letters’ and ‘Candy’ for the hysterical crowd.
On Wednesday night Gaz followed it up with a concert in Sheffield and this time he was joined on stage by another famous friend.
The best dressed man in pop duetted with the always hilarious Peter Kay and the pair performed whole medley of TV themes, complete with silly dance routines. They took on the tune of Home and Away, The Littlest hobo, The Love Boat and Top Cat. It was real musical gold.
Gary also introduced his ‘best friend in the world’ Eliot Kennedy to the crowd and revealed that it was this man who helped him write ‘Everything Changes’ back in the height of his Take That fame. The pair then performed the song together for the first time in public.
Barlow seemed to enjoy the evening and after the show he took to Twitter and told his followers:
“Thank you Sheffield #blinder”
This weekend it’s back to porridge for the dad of three and today, he’s back in the X Factor studios. He is pushing to get his last contestant, Christopher Maloney, to the final and if he does it’s been reported that he’ll be duetting with the 34 year old after he was turned down by a host of other stars.
Listen to the video below and we think you’ll agree, if Chris does get to perform with Gaz he’ll be a lucky man!
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