‘I’m not changing my show, Freddie!’ Take That get the In Bed with Madonna treatment!

It won’t quite have the fireworks of In Bed with Madonna (or Truth or Dare, depending on which side of the water you’re drinking your cocoa).

There will be no deep-throating of Vichy Catalan bottles (not on screen anyways), no mocking of women claiming to have been anally attacked, no getting their hairdresser to bang on their back so they can mimic the vibrato of Belinda Carlisle, no ‘Anyone who says “neat” has to go’, no Warren Beatty being an absolute dick in the background, no skanks from childhood turning up asking them to be Godparents, no gay dancers waiting nervously for their fathers’ approval, no trying to steal Antonio Banderas away from his girlfriend.

But there might be group prayers. And there will be a very flat Yorkshire accent. It’s all in the new ‘must-see’ documentary about Take That’s reunion with Robbie Williams called Look Back, Don’t Stare shot in classy black and white.

*screams. stops screaming. makes tea. sorts out tea-cloth drawer. looks out of window with steaming cup of tea held in two hands for extra warmth. sniffs*

See the trailer after the jump. Or don’t. It’s all the same to us…


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One comment to “‘I’m not changing my show, Freddie!’ Take That get the In Bed with Madonna treatment!”

  1. Warren Beatty was the best thing about Truth or Dare. He had that skank ho’s number right down when he said “She doesn’t want to live off-camera, much less talk. There’s nothing to say off-camera. Why would you say something if it’s off-camera? What point is there existing? ” She’s the ultimate attention whore and he gave her his five minutes before moving on to something much better (which could have been cow dung since anything’s better than old Madge).

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