Some of Britain’s best and brightest comedians, actors, politicians and musicians got together this week to provide plenty of laughs – and all for a good cause.
The annual Comic Relief event aims to raise funds for people in disadvantaged communities across the globe and this year, organisers have raised in excess of £70 million.
So to Take That – who here, it seems, are auditioning for replacement members. After a swag of no-hopers, along comes a fivesome that includes Catherine Tate, David Walliams from Little Britain and Alan Carr (Chatty Man) – posing as ‘Fake That’.
They attempt to replicate a few of Take That’s famous videos – from the studded cod-pieces of ‘Do What You Like’ to the sexualised ‘Pray’ clip to their recent hit ‘The Flood’ and finally the rain-drenched ‘Back For Good’ clip. It’s the latter that seems to tickle the Take That boys’ fancy and it’s all set to album track ‘Happy Now’, from their latest LP ‘Progress’.