Gary Barlow said he threw around shots at his bandmates, except for Robbie Williams, although he promised earlier the night that he would take it easy.
British boyband Take That celebrated topping the U.K. chart with their record-breaking album "Progress" on Sunday, November 21 by enjoying a boozy night out. The group shifted 522,000 copies of the album, the biggest first-week opening since "Be Here Now" by Oasis in 1997, and even outsold the rest of the top ten put together.
And frontman Gary Barlow led the celebrations by "taking shots round the room" for all his bandmates except teetotal Robbie Williams - and he ended up nursing a sore head the next day. Speaking on Britain's Radio 1 on Monday, Barlow explained, "We had a little celebration last night."
"We had a group hug last night. It doesn't happen very often to me but I started taking the shots round the room and stuff like that. I was going, 'Rob, you're not going to drink them are you?' I'm a cheap date!" Bandmate Mark Owen adds, "You turned up saying you were going to take it easy and as the night went on you went the other way!"