A Hungarian Take That Forever Fan Club még 2007 januárjában alakult konkrét tervekkel, célokkal.
A Hungarian TT FFC célja:
- Magyarország egyetlen legnagyobb HIVATALOS Take That Rajongói Klubja szeretne lenni! Azért alakult meg, hogy összefogja a Take That rajongótáborát!
- Elsőként informálja a Take That rajongókat minden hírről, ami a Klub birtokába jut.
- A csapatot hazánkban ismét ugyanolyan tisztelet övezze, mint régen.
- Az elképzeléseit próbálja megvalósítani tűzön-vízen át, a cél érdekében.
The three-piece are back with new songs and are set to hit the road again for a UK arena tour.
TAKE That are back with a brand new album, Wonderland AND they are heading back out on tour in May.
James Corden teamed up with everyone's favourite dad-band Take That to bring Carpool Karaoke back to where it all began - the UK!
The king of US late-night TV is never too busy to do his part for Red Nose Day, especially when he gets a chance to belt out all of those Take That tunes from his teen years.
TAKE That star Gary Barlow has admitted he still fancies Kylie Minogue – 30 years after she rose to fame as Charlene in Neighbours.
The singer, 46, confessed to loving the Aussie star before confirming Take That have cancelled plans for their 25 year reunion tour.
Take That has confirmed there won't be a tour to mark the band's 25th anniversary in 2018.
The 'Giants' hitmakers have marked their previous anniversaries as a band by touring, but they won't be hitting the road next year and will instead wait until their 30th anniversary in 2022 to celebrate three decades as a band.
As one of the best-selling British groups in history, Take That need little by way of introduction. This year marks their 25th anniversary and it looks set to be a bumper year for Take That fans, with a fifth Greatest Hits collection expected to arrive later in 2017 and the band about to embark on a UK tour in May and June.
It’s business as usual on Gary Barlow and co’s latest stadium-ready album
As they release their second album as a trio and prepare another huge tour (six nights at the O2 in June), Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen look well settled in the job of continuing to be Take That.