Quote: "He's been sending us emails saying, 'You shouldn't have been wearing those shoes lads' or, 'You did too much dancing on that performance'. We sent him flowers, we sent him chocolates, we sent him girls - he still didn't want to come back!" Take That star Howard Donald reveals the pop group is still on good terms with newly-departed member Jason Orange.
Quote: "This is obviously the first time we've done a video without Jason so... it's strange, but it has been a quick video so you've not had much time to dwell and think about it. But he would have really enjoyed this because there's quite a lot of movement and the energy is good... He would have enjoyed this video." Take That star Mark Owen admits making the promo for new single These Days was tough without newly-departed member Jason Orange.
Quote: "They all relit my fire, all five of them! But no, it's not true. Jason's cute, they all are." Scottish singer Lulu dismisses longstanding rumours she had a steamy affair with Take That star Jason Orange after she teamed up with the British band for their 1993 track Relight My Fire.
Quote: "As he came off the stage, Jason said, 'We've spent all this money and me kecks (my trousers) have split!' He had the wrong trousers on! We can get a giant man to stand up and walk through the crowd, but we can't get the basics right - like getting a pair of trousers to fit." Take That star Jason Orange suffered an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction when the group kicked off its European summer tour in Sunderland, England on Friday (27May11), according to his bandmate Mark Owen.
Quote: "I have no problem with being single. In fact, I love it. The other lads have to go home early as they are with their partners and some of them have children. But I enjoy being single and being able to go out partying. I don't want to settle down just yet." British pop star Jason Orange is happy to be the last remaining bachelor in Take That.
Quote: "I wanted to enjoy Rob, I wanted to enjoy the reunion privately... I didn't want it to be captured on camera, but it was. Gutted." Jason Orange wanted Robbie Williams's return to Take That to be a private matter. Instead, film crews were hired to shoot footage, which has been made into the documentary Look Back, Don't Stare: A Film About Progress.
Quote: "My biggest insecurity has always been what I contribute. I don't write music or understand it like they all do. I was chosen for my dancing and we dance less now. So I've struggled with it. Then on better days I think, 'These b**tards couldn't do it without me.'" Jason Orange sometimes feels like the odd man out in Take That.