Gary Barlow surprised a fan on her wedding day by serenading her.
The Take That star turned up at Louise Newman's special celebrations to mark her big day with a rendition of 'A Million Love Songs' and a card offering his congratulations.
Speaking to the Sunday Mirror newspaper, she said: ''I heard the opening bars to 'A Million Love Songs' and was swaying and swinging along when someone called my name.
''I looked round and there was Gary. It was just magical. I went up and cupped his face in my hands, then he got down on one knee and sang to me.
''He even brought me a card saying 'To Lou, many congratulations on your special day, Gary B' with six kisses!''
The surprise was planned between Gary - who also performed his hit 'Relight My Fire' - and maid of honour Emily Alcorn following a year-long Twitter campaign to get him to attend the emotional ceremony.
Louise added: ''I've been a massive Take That fan since I was six. The campaign started as a bit of a joke, but for the last few months I thought Emily had gone off the idea, so I gave up hope.
''Now I know Gary was plotting with her all along ... [my husband Mark Francis] was thrilled.
''He's never shared my passion for Take That - but he loves Gary as much as me now.''
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