Take That Named 2010's U.K. Most Popular Live Act
Reformed pop stars Take That have officially claimed 2010 as their year - they've been named the most popular live act in the U.K. ahead of Kings of Leon and Lady GaGa. The group's latest record, "Progress", has proved to be a big hit following their reunion with Robbie Williams, 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, JLS, came in third, while Lady GaGa and Michael Buble rounded out the top five.
Bon Jovi, Muse and the Black Eyed Peas all feature in the top 10.
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