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Gary Barlow on his way home after cyclone scare

Take That superstar Gary Barlow has tweeted his relief after he was forced to sit out a cyclone "on an island in the Solomons".

The singer-songwriter found himself stranded in a remote area east of Papua New Guinea on April 1 and the tropical storm caused him to seek shelter until a rescue boat was sent. He posted several messages about the "adventure" on social networking site Twitter a few days ago:

"We're stranded on an island in the Solomons. There's a cyclone heading our way and there's no way off. Gonna have to sit it out!! Power's back on.The lovely government here are sending a search and rescue boat for us this morning #adventure"

Earlier this afternoon, April 3, Barlow added: "In Pappa Nuigini getting flight to Singapore #homebound."

"Just landed in Singapore. Home seems a lot closer all of a sudden #noplacelikehome. British Airways put the kettle on! I haven't had a decent cup of tea in 3 weeks #diamondjubilee"




Watch Barlow perform 'Back For Good' for BBC's Children In Need show below:

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