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Take That Named 2010's U.K. Most Popular Live Act

January 7, 2011 (7:20 am) GMT
The Robbie Williams boyband beat the likes of JLS, Kings of Leon, Lady GaGa and Michael Buble.

Reformed pop stars have officially claimed 2010 as their year - they've been named the most popular live act in the U.K. ahead of and . The group's latest record, "", has proved to be a big hit following their reunion with , who quit the band in 1995, and the disc has dominated Britain's album chart since its release in November 2010.

And the singers have triumphed as the top draw in a new survey by U.K. ticket exchange website Viagogo, leaving the "Sex on Fire" hitmakers trailing in second place. Another British boyband, , came in third, while Lady GaGa and rounded out the top five.

, and the all feature in the top 10.

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