Gary Barlow joins lark side to keep Star Wars role secret
GARY BARLOW is scared to spill the beans on his Star Wars role in case he ends up on the cutting-room floor.
In an exclusive backstage chat with Guilty Pleasures, Take That’s frontman said film bosses have told him to keep his lips sealed — or else.
‘I can’t talk about it because I’ll be cut out,’ Barlow gulped. ‘They’ve told me if I talk about it at all I won’t be in it.’ The singer — sporting a snazzy new bleached blond do — is rumoured to be playing a Stormtrooper in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, out this summer.
Dodging specific details, Barlow confirmed fans will recognise him in the flick — a singing Stormtrooper perhaps?
And the Force again proved too strong when we asked the 46-year-old if he shot scenes with Princes William and Harry, who also reportedly appear in the movie blockbuster.
‘I can’t talk about that,’ he teased.
More Patience is required, it seems. The band — completed by Mark Owen, 45, and Howard Donald, 49 — kicked off their spectacular Wonderland tour at the Genting Arena, Birmingham, on Friday.
And Barlow warned fans not to expect special guest appearances from ex-members Robbie Williams, 43, and Jason Orange, 46, at the gigs.
‘I’ll tell you why it’s unlikely,’ he explained. ‘When you see the show, it’s so choreographed, someone just can’t wander on to the stage. They’d have to pick it up awful quick to be a part of this show!’
Take That continue their tour tonight at Newcastle’s Metro Radio arena.
Author: Metro News