Jason Orange is distantly related to William of Orange. The Dutch Prince was assassinated in Delft (the first world leader to be murdered by a gun) in 1584 on the same day as Jason was born – 10th July. All of which makes Jason's appearance on TV dance show The Hitman & Her mildly insensitive.
After Take That split up in 1996 Mark Owen retreated to the Lake District to spend time writing his own indie-inspired music and to be at one with his menagerie of small pets. A grunge fan, Mark used to own a pet iguana called Nirvana who escaped and froze to death in his back garden. Owen buried him under a pile of leaves while singing Smells Like Teen Spirit to him.
It has long been rumoured that there was more to Jason Orange's relationship with Scottish pop granny Lulu than just camp flirting. When quizzed about the topic on the Jonathan Ross chat show in 2005 Howard Donald pleaded mistaken identity and blurted "people always think I'm Jason, he's the one that f****d her".
Robbie Williams has appeared on more Now That's What I Call Music compilations than any other artist. 29 times on his own and four with Take That.