Gary Barlow is currently in the middle of a UK tour with Take That but that hasn't stopped the singer from his promise to sing at five weddings in 2015. The singer took time out from the tour to perform at a wedding in Liverpool on Friday 29 May, surprising the bride with a rendition of A Million Love Songs.
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Gary Barlow surprises Take That fans Chelsee and Dean at their wedding
Videographers at the wedding captured the performance, which saw Gary walk into the reception of Chelsee Cousins and Dean Siadankay. The bride couldn't keep the shock off her face as Gary serenaded the pair, and their two children, Marcus, 5, and Layla, 2, with the romantic love song.
Wedding guests crowded round the singer, and took pictures on their phones and cameras, while Gary shared the microphone at points during the song.
The 44-year-old artist made a promise at the beginning of 2015 to attend three weddings throughout the year and sing a Take That song which was special for the bride and groom.
Gary has promised to perform at five weddings in 2015
Due to demand, Gary increased the number of weddings to five, and tweeted after the wedding: "Wedding number 4 has just happened ! Only 1 left to go".
At the end of the performance, the crowd chanted "Gary, Gary, Gary", while the Take That singer hugged the crying bride goodbye.
Chelsee had taken to social media site Twitter earlier in the year to thank friends who began the campaign to get Gary to her wedding.
The wedding guests couldn't help but sing along to the hit Take That song
Groom Dean told the Daily Mail: "'It was a dream come true marrying Chelsee but to have our absolute favourite singer Gary Barlow there to sing "our song" was amazing. And it made the day even more memorable.
"We never thought it would happen to us."
Tim Cowell, marketing manager at Formby Hall, the venue for Chelsee and Dean's wedding, were in on the surprise, and added: "Keeping the surprise under wraps for weeks has been difficult. But to see the looks on Chelsee and Dean's faces, it was well worth it."