Liverpool's James Milner flies huge pop star out for secret concert to surprise his wife on her 40th b… – The Sun

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PREMIER League star James Milner flew in singer Gary Barlow to perform at his wife’s 40th birthday.
The Liverpool midfielder, 36, organised the secret gig for Amy Fletcher, a fan of Gary and his ’90s boy band Take That.
James arranged for the singer, 51, to be flown by helicopter from London to Cheshire, where his arrival left birthday girl Amy stunned.
He then performed a string of hits including Back For Good and Could It Be Magic at the gig last week.
A source said: “Amy loves Take That and James wanted to make her day with a surprise she could only dream of.
“Amy could not believe her eyes when she saw Gary walking through the door.
“You could tell James was relieved he pulled it off without her finding out.”
Kop star James, who has two children with Amy, also invited team-mates from his current and former clubs, which include Manchester City, Aston Villa, Newcastle and Leeds.
Gary is currently on his A Different Stage tour, and played to a sell-out crowd at London’s Duke of York’s Theatre last night.
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