Fans say great to see you at last, Gary!

BOY band sensation Gary Barlow wowed the crowds at a special performance in Glasgow last night.

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Gary Barlow delighted his fans at the Hydro Arena
Gary Barlow delighted his fans at the Hydro Arena

Adoring fans went weak at the knees as he performed hits from his new solo album Since I Saw You Last at the SSE Hydro.

The Take That frontman and former X Factor judge stopped off in the city as part of his 17-date album tour.

Thousands of women gathered to hear him sing a mixture of old and new material, and bust a few shapes into the bargain.

Since I Saw You Last is the singer/songwriter's fourth solo album and was released in November debuting at number two in the UK Album Chart.

It features a duet with Elton John written by Gary, entitled Face To Face.

The album's lead single, Let Me Go was released a week before the album, and became his 21st UK top three single.

Gary's last solo album Twelve Months, Eleven Days was released in 1999.

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