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Gary Barlow introduces Instagram to his adorable puppies

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Gary Barlow may have only been on Instagram for a few short weeks, but he has already introduced his pet pooches to the social media app! The Take That star shared a snap of the adorable dogs, named Cooksy and Hugo, with his 73.1 thousand Instagram followers on Thursday. He captioned the photo: "Feeling like a doggie mat. Instagram, meet #cooksy and #hugo." His fans were quick to comment on the cute canines, with one writing: "Awww that's such a cute pic! I love Cookie & Hugo they are gorgeous so super cute. So sweet they're keeping their dad company." Another joked: "Aw so cute, and sooo lucky."

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Feeling like a doggie mat. Instagram, meet #cooksy and #hugo

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Gary also recently used Instagram to announce an upcoming Carpool Karaoke special with James Corden. The singer shared a photo of Take That with James on the cover of Radio Times magazine, and wrote: "Cannot wait for you all to see this! #rednoseday #carpoolkaraoke." The incredibly popular segment of The Late Late Show has been made into a series with Apple Music, and a trailer for the new show was recently released. Stars including Will Smith, John Legend, Alicia Keys, Ariana Grande, Chelsea Handler and Seth MacFarlane are due to appear. Unlike the original, the stars will also take parts in skits and pranks as well as sing along to tunes in the car.

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Gary shared a photo of his two dogs

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Speaking about the new show, James Corden and executive producer Ben Winston released a statement which read: "The joy of Carpool is both the intimacy it creates, while seeing the love our passengers have for music. Where better to showcase that than with Apple Music. We love music, and Carpool Karaoke celebrates it in a fun and unique way that is a hit with audiences of all ages," Apple's senior vice president of internet software and services, Eddy Cue, said in a statement. "It's a perfect fit for Apple Music – bringing subscribers exclusive access to their favourite artists and celebrities who come along for the ride."

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