Gary Barlow and Bradley Walsh are the duo we never knew we needed after the pair performed an unexpected duet together.
The Take That singer, who opened up on his previous weight gain, had the presenter as his latest duet buddy on his ‘The Crooner Sessions’ show on YouTube.
The pair performed John Paul Young’s hit song Love Is In The Air, which released in 1978.
Writing in the caption, Gary, 50, said: “Well I’m thrilled to be singing with this legend on #TheCroonerSessions.
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“Thank you Brad for making time to do this – we honestly filmed it in his tea break at the chase!!” [sic]
Fans were thrilled by the pair joining forces and took to the comments section of the video to share their views.
One person wrote: “Bradley walsh what a legend! Who knew he had such a lovely voice? Loved this duet. [sic]
“Keep on doing this Gary, it makes me smile every day when sometimes I don’t always feel like it.”
“Gary Barlow has most certainly been a great ambassador for the UK during our current uncertain times, Bradley Walsh I also thought was tremendous,” another viewer commented.
A third added: “This song was made for Bradley’s voice, he made it seem effortless.
“Gary if you mixed this song, then well done. Loved listening to you both.
While a fourth follower expressed: “This video taught me something. I didn’t know Bradley was such a good singer.
“Well done Gary and Bradley. Superb rendition of this song!”
Gary’s duet with Bradley comes after he revealed that he believes Take That will reunite as a five-piece again.
Speaking to The Mirror in January, the performer, who said he doesn’t take his pants off in front of people, admitted: “I think there will [be], I think there will [be].
“That’s one of the thrills of being in the band. You don’t know what’s going to happen from record to record and it’s lovely.
“It’s the environment. It feels like a safe haven. It’s a place to go back when you’ve done a bit of playing around and it’s time to go home.”
Gary has been working as a three-piece with Mark Owen and Howard Donald for seven years, after Robbie Williams and Jason Orange’s exits.