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Gary Barlow offers wedding service

Gary Barlow has caused a social media frenzy after offering three lucky superfans his services at their weddings.

The Take That frontman has offered to perform at three special days for fans that prove their love for him by "stalking" him on Twitter.

The singer and former X Factor judge sent out a cheeky message to his legion of followers, asking "Ready for some fun?" He then made his plans clear for fans worldwide in a series of tweets.

Gary wrote: "Every week I receive thousands of requests to sing at someone's Wedding ! In 2015 I want to sing at 3 weddings

"The only deal is they have to be HUGE fans... And all you have to do is stalk me on here."

Unsurprisingly, he's in no way short of weddings to choose from in 2015 as brides and grooms-to-be, the long married and singletons not wanting to be left out, have been caught up in the Twitter storm, sending hundreds of pleading messages in a bid to secure the very special act.

Although many wait with bated breath, Gary has promised to keep the chosen fans' weddings under wraps until after their big day.

Miranda fans were treated to an inside glimpse of a wedding serenade from Gary, who made a cameo appearance in the final episode of comedian Miranda Hart's show as she finally married love interest and chef Gary, played by actor Tom Ellis.

The five year sitcom came to an end with Heather Small singing Proud and Gary on the piano crooning Greatest Day.

The star has also teased his followers with hints of more surprises and news to come in 2015.

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