Successful UK all male band Take That have pocketed an incredible Â£38 million in just eight sell-out Wembley gigs.
Band members and heart-throbs to their army of fans , Gary Barlow, Robbie Williams, Mark Owens, Jason Orange and Howard Donald, are all singing happily to the bank earning a staggering Â£1 million each for every night they performed at Wembley Stadium, London.
Take That dominated the UK charts for the first part of the 90s and have produced 27 top 40 hit singles with 11 of them reaching number one.
The pop band Â have also produced seven no 1 albums selling millions all over the world.
Robbie Williams, however, stunned the music world when he made his shock decision to leave the band in 1995, but the four remaining lads went on to finish their world tour before announcing that they were going their separate ways in 1996.
Much to the delight of their fans in 2005 the four piece band Take That were back and proved to all their fans that they were better and stronger than before by scoring a hit with The Ultimate Tour around the UK.
Even without Robbie Williams, Take That produced two further hit albums, Beautiful World and The Circus selling 40 million records around the world.
But Take That’s story was to have a happy ending when hit solo artist and former Take That band member Robbie Williams declared in 2010 that he was returning to the band after a 15-year absence.
It was then that Tale That released the band’s sixth studio album progress which went on to become the second fastest selling album in British history.
In total for this years UK Â Tour including all five of the bands original members Take That have earned a whopping Â£114 million.