Take That to perform for Danish final

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It has now been announced that the reunited British boy band Take That will perform as interval act in the Danish final held in Horsens on the 10th February. The band became the most sucessful British boy band since the Beatles, and recently reunited after ten years apart to return with a smash hit single, platinum album and sell out tour.

The band, which was one of the biggest names on the international music scene in the first half of the 90’s recently got back together again, this time without Robbie Williamswho is still enjoying an internationalsolo career. Although the other members Mark Owen, Jason Orange, Howard Donald and Gary Barlow tried the same they never really managed to get a solo career going.Following a greatest hits album released in 2005 the band went on tour in the United Kingdom last year, and now with a new album release Take That is “back for good”.

It is appropriate that the band is back now in Denmark; the band’s last performance was on a Danish TV showjust after their break-up in February 1996.But they won't be performingtheir big hits like Pray, Relight my fire and Back for good. This time they will perform their latest hit Patience which is currently on top of the Danish radio and download charts.

The Danish final takes places 10th of February and will include 10 songs selected through two qualification heats on 26th of January and 2nd of February.

The video for the band’s biggest hit Back for good can be seen here:


Their new hit Patience that will be performed as interval act for the final of the 2007 Dansk Melodi Grand Prix can be seen here:

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