Gary Barlow has offered to sing for free at fans' birthdays.
The 45-year-old Take That singer has given his 4.2 million followers the chance to be serenaded by him for their special milestone parties, following his performances at five weddings last year.
Fans must get in touch with Gary via his Twitter account and make their case as to why he should perform at their parties.
Taking to his to his social media account on Sunday (06.03.16), he tweeted: "So 2015 was the year I sang at weddings! And what fun we had ... If you have a milestone birthday this year start your campaign now! ... 21, 30, 40, 60, 110 !!!!! I'll come and sing at your party ... Good luck everyone ! Xx (sic)"
Gary surprised newlyweds Stephen and Katie Hardy when he performed for nothing at the nuptials back in August of 2015. The happy couple had no idea he was going to make an appearance at their reception and were left "speechless" when he sang 2006 hit 'Rule The World'.
In May of the same year he again sang for another couple Anita Booth and Alex Morrissey who were watching an impersonator of the 'Back For Good' hitmaker before Gary himself took over the microphone to sing 'A Million Love Songs' at their wedding in Manchester, North West England.