Gary Barlow and Take That will dedicate Hope to terror victims

ICONINSIDER — Gary Barlow says Take That’s new song ‘Hope’ will be dedicated to the victims of the recent terrorist attack in Manchester.
The 46-year-old singer was due to perform alongside Howard Donald, 49, and Mark Owen, 45, for three nights at the Manchester Arena this week but those plans were stopped because of the Muslim extremist suicide bomber who detonated a homemade explosive in the foyer of the venue on Monday (22.05.17) at Ariana Grande’s show which killed 22 people.
On Twitter, Gary has confirmed that ‘Hope’, from their latest album ‘Wonderland’, will be sung in memory of those who lost their lives in the horrific attack.
In a reply to @abbielou1231 who asked if they could dedicate a song, Gary replied: “Yes Hope! Xx (sic).”
Take That were due to perform at Liverpool Arena on Tuesday, the day after the attack, but the group postponed their gig and rescheduled it for Friday (26.05.17).
In another tweet Gary urged fans to “sing a little louder” at their rescheduled show in the English city to show the terrorists that British people will not be cowed.
He wrote: “See you Friday night Liverpool! We need to sing a little louder, reach a little higher and clap our hands a little harder #together (sic)”
Gary also said they would honour a minute’s silence in respect for those who died.
Both Howard and Mark hail from the Greater Manchester area and Gary was born in the county of Cheshire – just outside of Manchester.
On Wednesday (24.05.17), Gary urged his fans to keep negative comments or posts off his Twitter account.
He tweeted: “How’s the gang today? So lovely we can all chat on here and support each other! Let’s keep anything negative off this account #together (sic)”
Ariana has indefinitely suspended her ‘Dangerous Woman Tour’ following the tragic incident and has returned home to Florida.
According to TMZ, Ariana will put her gigs in the UK, Belgium, Poland, Germany and Switzerland on hold, although no official announcement has yet been made.
Hours after the tragedy, Ariana took to social media to say she had been left “broken” by the incident.
She posted: “broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don’t have words. (sic)”

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