Gary Barlow, age 44, sings at a fan's wedding, also hints at Take That reunion with Robbie Williams

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Gary Barlow did say that he would be performing for five of his biggest fans. But fans never would have expected to see their favourite singer actually performing at a wedding. However, Chelsee and Dean Siadankay were given a wedding gift they will never forget. The singer, age 44, surprised not only the young couple, but also everyone present at the Formby Hall Golf Resort and Spa as he went on to perform some of his greatest numbers. The surprised super-fan couple were excited as never before, as he sang their favourite gig A Million Love Songs.

The lead singer, coming after his Take That gig at the MEN arena in Manchester, turned up at the lavish wedding in Liverpool on Friday and sang for the married couple, and their two children Layla, two, and Marcus, five.

Groom Dean Siadankay said:

 “It was a dream come true marrying Chelsee but to have our absolute favorite singer Gary Barlow there to sing "our song" was amazing.”

Posting on the day of their wedding on Instagram, the couple looked lovely together and were extremely happy. They further said,

'And it made the day even more memorable. We never thought it would happen to us.'

Chelsee and Dean had repeatedly been contacting the former X Factor judge on Twitter since the singer announced the news of his performance in January in the hope that he would show up on their big day. And their wish did come true. Well, Gary Barlow also took to his account to share his latest gig. The singer has now performed for four of his fans, and only one lucky fan remains.

Also, if insiders are to be believed, a reunion with Robbie Williams may just be on the cards. Gary may just be hinting at a reunion with Robbie Williams as the singer took to twitter to post nostalgic pictures of the pair. The photo, taken back in 1990’s shows the two in vest’s as Barlow sports his now forgotten haircut. Take That is a hit English group, known for their pop songs, that was formed back in 1990. The group originally consisted of lead singer Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Robbie Williams. The latter two have left the group however.

An English singer, songwriter, pianist, composer and record producer, Barlow, height 5'9", was also the head judge for the eighth, ninth and tenth series of the hit musical series The X Factor UK. A successful songwriter, Barlow has fourteen Number 1 singles and twenty four top 10 hits to his name. Not only this, he has also been awarded with Ivor Novello Award six times and has sold well over 50 million records worldwide. With a net worth of around $67 million dollars, he remains one of Britain’s finest singer.