Gary Barlow is cutting down on booze on his solo tour.
The Take That star is currently on a health kick for the 47-date UK run and has limited the number of drinks he has after his gigs because he was knocking back at least four drinks the last time he was touring with Take That on their 'Wonderland Tour' in 2017.
He told The Sun newspaper: "I'm trying not to drink, if I'm honest, because I'm a bit of a devil.
Sir Tom Jones announces two nights at Hampton Court Palace Festival
Sir Tom Jones will perform two nights at Hampton Court Palace Festival.
The 77-year-old music legend shows no signs of slowing down as he is set to play consecutive nights in the stunning grounds of the royal palace in London on June 21 and June 22.
The 'Not Unusual' hitmaker joins an already stellar line-up of Lionel Richie, The Beach Boys, Gary Barlow, Jools Holland, Paloma Faith and Joe Bonamassa.
For a show thats all about the imaginative spark that gave birth to Peter Pan, Finding Neverland is kind of flat.
Gary Barlow is "really looking forward" to touring as a solo artist once again.
The 46-year-old singer-songwriter is set to perform a series of intimate solo gigs in 2018, starting in Edinburgh in April, and Gary is relishing the prospect of taking to the stage without his Take That bandmates, Howard Donald and Mark Owen.
Gary Barlow dyed his hair blonde because his locks are thinning.
The 46-year-old Take That star recently opted for an eye-catching change in hair color ahead of the band's UK tour and Gary has admitted it represents a final "fling" for him because his hairline is "departing".
During an interview with 'Good Morning Britain' presenter Ross King, the TV reporter turned to Gary and said, in reference to the singer's new hairstyle: "Something has changed!"
Oscar Isaac doesn't know who Gary Barlow is, despite the pair both having roles in 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'.
The 46-year-old Take That frontman revealed in March that he does have a small cameo role in the upcoming eighth instalment of the popular sci-fi franchise, which is due to hit cinemas later this year.
Whilst he claimed he won't be a Stormtrooper in the movie, he said: "But I am in it."
Take That's stage show has become the fastest-selling theater tour in history.
The musical, which is called 'The Band' and is set to debut in Manchester, England, on September 8, raked in an eye-watering £2 million in just two hours after tickets went on sale.
As a result, the production earned more than any other show has ever made in its first day of sales, according to The Sun newspaper.
Gary Barlow is in talks to release an album with Disney.
The 46-year-old Take That frontman is reportedly holding discussions to release a record consisting of tracks from his West End show 'The Girls', a collaboration with the legendary entertainment conglomerate.
An insider told The Sun newspaper: "It's a massively exciting opportunity for Gary to take the music even further.
"Working with Disney would be huge, and it is eager to develop future projects with him."
Gary Barlow is set to star in Robbie Williams' new music video.
The 46-year-old singer-songwriter has reunited with his former Take That bandmate Robbie in London for a top-secret project that is set to create "mayhem" among fans of the pop group.
A source explained: "Robbie is going to cause mayhem among Take That fans when his video is released.
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