GARY Barlow has answered our Take That pun questions and revealed he wants to duet with Elvis Presley.
The singer, 45, guest edited Bizarre and stuck around The Sun office for an exclusive online clip.
In a nod to their 1993 hit, we asked Gary Barlow “When did you last ‘pray’?”
He replied: “I’ve got a strange habit. I’m not really a bad flyer but every time before takeoff I bizarrely say a little prayer.”
He also revealed that Elvis would be the musician he’d like to see ‘back for good’.
“I think Elvis, Elvis was just amazing. I think it reminds me of something I’ve been doing recently that Elvis was like so talented. Singer, songwriter, actor – just a total star .
“I’d like to duet with him. He probably wouldn’t want to duet with me though.”
There have been many highlights for the Let It Shine judge in his career but his big reunion at Wembley is a night he’ll ‘Never Forget’.
“I must say, one of the big nights for us was when we all got back together as a five and all walked out a Wembley Stadium.
“It was one of those moments where I thought let’s just freeze this moment cause it felt amazing.”
The singer also reassured Take That fans they will never have to go through another break up, following the band’s initial split in 1996 which sparked outright bedlam.
With the singer’s increasing involvement in musicals and TV, coupled with his solo desires, there are genuine fears he might call it a day after their 25th Anniversary Tour in 2018.
But Gary insists the band will always be active and believes they’ll one day get back together as a five piece – with the estranged Jason Orange back in the fold, as well as Robbie Williams.