THE Big Bash will be returning to our screens for a second year in a row with a star-studded lineup.
Take That will be headlining The National Lottery's huge party at the OVO Arena Wembley.
The event will also feature performances from Becky Hill, Busted, Paloma Faith, Jax Jones and a special act from Drag Queens Kitty Scott-Claus, Cheryl Hole, Tayce and Cara Melle.
Jason Mansford and Alesha Dixon will also be returning to host The National Lottery's Big Bash on December 6th.
In an exciting move, there will be 8,000 free tickets available for National Lottery players on a first-come-first-served basis.
According to a spokesperson for the event, the show aims to celebrate the highlights of 2023.
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" I’m so excited to be back hosting The National Lottery’s Big Bash alongside Alesha. We had so much fun bringing the nation together to celebrate 2022 and we can’t wait to do it all over again by celebrating some of the biggest moments of 2023," Jason said.
"It’s going to be a cracking night, so make sure you grab tickets to be part of the party of the year!” he added.
Alesha agreed: "We’ve got an amazing line up, including a few special surprises along the way, so get dressed up and come have some fun with us!”
Take That are gearing up for their This Life Under The Stars European tour next year in celebration of their new album.
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The group, made of Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald, have also created a six-part audio series to celebrate their new album, This Life, which is out November 24.
In the episodes the trio will discuss their journey from the inception of Take That in 1990 to the present day.
They said: “Who’d have thought after all this time we’d be adding professional podcasters to our resumes?
“It’s been a real treat to sit down together and just chat, about some things we’ve talked about before and some things we haven’t.
“We hope people enjoy listening to us as we reminisce on old times and look ahead to the future of Take That.”
During the interview the trio also confirmed Robbie Williams and Jason Orange would not be a part of the album or the tour.
Gary said: “The one thing I keep hearing is that Take That are coming back but there’s no Robbie and Jason.
“But Robbie hasn’t been in the band since 2011 and Jason left in 2013.
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