Gary Barlow is celebrating after 'Sing' reached number one on the single and album charts.
Gary Barlow's song for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, which he co-wrote with Andrew Lloyd Webber, was recorded all over the Commonwealth and even features Prince Harry on the tambourine.
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The Official Charts Company said Gary Barlow's 'Sing' is the biggest selling number one of the year so far, selling 142,000 copies in the past week. Wow. Zers.
'Sing', which is raising money for the Queen's Jubilee charities, features 210 musicians from the Commonwealth including the African Children's Choir, Royal Solomon Islands Police Force Band, Slum Drummers from Kenya's Kibera slum, Aboriginal guitarist Gurrumul and the Military Wives choir.
X Factor judge Gary Barlow performed the song with many of the international musicians at the Diamond Jubilee Concert at Buckingham Palace last week.
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Reports then surfaced that Gary Barlow is in line to receive an OBE from the Queen for his efforts.
Not a bad result there, Gary.