Gary Barlow has been a busy man over the past few weeks, not only has he taken on the mammoth task of musically directing the Jubilee concert, but he’s only gone and organised a secret duet with Cheryl Cole as well!
Britain’s golden gal joined the Take That star on stage in front of Buckingham Palace to perform Lady Antebellum’s Need You Now.
Gary looked ever bit the dapper dan in his three piece suit, even drawing admiring comments from presenter Lee Mac. Meanwhile style queen Cheryl glittered in a stunning floor length evening gown of black and white sparkles with a fish tail bottom.
Her dress might have been fish-tailed but there was nothing fishy about the performance as the best of Britain proved their pop credentials with a dazzling duet.
The Fight For This Love star recently released her new single Call My Name, and we reckon more than one person was calling our Chezza’s name during the Jubilee concert, which took place in front of thousands of lucky fans in the capital, some of whom had camped out overnight to reserve the best spots!
Other performers on the night included Gary’s bff Robbie Williams and Cheryl’s friend Will.i.am as well as pop royalty Sir Cliff Richard, Annie Lennox, Sir Elton John and JLS.
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