Jason Orange tucked into a giant 3ft birthday cake in the shape of a poker table at his 40th birthday party at a Manchester hotel on Sunday (25.07.10).
Jason Orange tucked into a giant 3ft birthday cake in the shape of a poker table at his party.
The Take That star and his twin brother Justin were presented with the comic cake at their lavish 40th birthday bash which was held on the rooftop of Manchester's Great John Street hotel on Sunday night (25.07.10).
The intricate design included stacks of poker chips and even tiny figurines of Jason and Justin and their brothers Oliver, Dominic and Sam, who are all obsessed with the gambling card game.
A source said: "It looked incredible - there were piles of poker chips and cards, all the markings of a poker table and figurines that looked just like Jason and his brothers."
Jason's party - which was held in a lavish marquee decorated with fairy lights overlooking the English city - kicked off with a feast of curries, fish and chips and a hog roast.
Guests - who included Jason's bandmates - listened to a string of party hits including Take That songs 'Shine' and 'Rule the World' as well as single 'No Regrets' by Robbie Williams - who has just rejoined the band.
A source said: "Jason pulled out all the stops to make this a night he'll never forget.
"The roof terrace was covered with a huge marquee and twinkly lights, and he had all sorts of surprises up his sleeve."