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"Gary, meanwhile, is making everyone sick by losing loads of weight and wearing swanky clothes - honestly, he goes from the sublime to the ridiculous and back again, that boy! Remember that tracksuit he wouldn’t take off? Well now you can’t get him out of well tailored trousers and shirts!"

— Take That Official Newsletter, Nov-Jan 95/96

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"Jason is still doing his fitness regime, eating his rabbit food and generally looking after himself. He’s not reading as much as he was but is still taking a fair wedge of books away with him."

— Take That Official Newsletter, Nov-Jan 95/96

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"Howard is fine too, still taking care of his hair, still refusing to get it cut!"

— Take That Official Newsletter, Nov-Jan 95/96

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"Mark is still taking lots of mind expanding literature on tour with him. He spends a lot of time in his room reading and burning his incense sticks. It’s a good way for him to relax which is essential when you’re on tour and away from home so much."

— Take That Official Newsletter, Nov-Jan 95/96

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"I’m 25 years old now and I shave every day. I’m feeling strong and healthy as I approach the prime of my life. Besides that nothing else is happening. Thank you for all of the birthday cards you sent to me, and for your never ending support. Anyway, I’m going for a shave."

— Jason Orange (Take That Official Newsletter, Aug-Oct 1995)

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vegetablerightsandpeace said: ...I think that may be the shortest Jason quote I've ever seen. CONGRATS!

Thanks - short but sweet! :-D (Doesn’t happen often with Jay, bless him…)

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"I like custard."

— Jason Orange (The Jonathan Ross Show)

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"I’m not worried about money as long as I can buy myself a pair of trainers and go to a restaurant every now and again. That’s happiness for me!"

— Robbie Williams (1996)

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"Dancing around on Top Of The Pops when I’m 25 is not what I’d intended to do with my life."

— Mark Owen (1997)

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"We effectively conquered the world together. We laughed and cried together. And, while we were doing this job, a lot of love grew between the boys. I genuinely believe that."

— Jason Orange (1999)