Tag Archives: Take That

Take That: Diet Wars

When pop stars plan megatours, often you’ll hear about them trying to get in shape so they can cope with the rigorous demands of life on the road; such as sitting on a tour bus, walking from the tour bus to the venue, sitting in a ...

Take That’s Mark Owen, Howard Donald Caught in U.S. Customs Snafu

Last Sunday (March 6) wasn’t the “Greatest Day” for Take That‘s Mark Owen and Howard Donald.

2011 Brit Awards Recap: Tinie Tempah Takes Two Trophies

Once upon a time, the Brit Awards was a showcase of appalling presentation, terrible behavior, bum-wiggling at megastars and acting the giddy goat in front of the entire country. And for this, we loved it.

David Walliams Wants Tennant and Tate for Take That Parody

Gigwise reports that David Walliams stopped by BBC Radio 2′s Chris Evans Breakfast Show on Friday (February 4) to discuss his forthcoming Comic Relief plans. The English comedian of Little Britain fame revealed that he will ...

Well, You Know My Name is Robbie and I Like to Do Drawings

Ever wonder what Robbie Williams does when he’s not writing blockbuster pop songs or preparing for a sold out UK tour with his Take That bandmates? According to The Sun, the 36-year-old English crooner is quite the budding ...

Watch Out Robbie! ‘Take That Is a Four-Piece’ Says Gary Barlow

Longtime Take That fans a.k.a.

University Elite to Debate Take That Phenomenon

Take That mania, does it ever stop? England’s best-selling boy band has recaptured the spotlight since reuniting with Robbie Williams in 2010.

Music Roundup: Mike Skinner Says No More to the Streets

It looks like The Streets‘ Mike Skinner is giving up music for good. The British garage/rap mastermind recently told The Guardian that it’s time to focus on other things, like being a Dad.

Roundup: Susan Boyle Rules the U.S. and UK Charts

Well surprise, surprise! This shouldn't come as a shock, but Susan Boyle has topped both the U.S.

UK Chart Roundup: ‘The X Factor’ Influence

This week's chart report takes the form of a lesson in TV and how to use it to promote your product. Some of the results are a little baffling at first glance, so do bear with me, won't you?