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March 19, 2011

Take That / Fake That's Happy Now On iTunes

If you tuned into Comic Relief's Red Nose Day extravaganza last night you may well have done a double take… Take That appeared alongside their ultimate tribute band, Fake That, in a hilarious sketch which featured top comedians Catherine Tate, James Corden, Alan Carr, John Bishop and David Walliams performing Take That's Happy Now.

The newly formed 10-piece have also created a video for Happy Now, especially for Red Nose Day, which is available from iTunes now. For just £1.89 you can pick up just under 20 minutes of guaranteed laughter - we'd call that a comedy bargain!

The package not only features the music video, but also some revealing behind-the-scenes footage; find out what the Take That boys really thought of their Fake That counterparts, who wanted to play who and just how many hours, wigs and costume changes it took to turn each of the comedians into Robbie, Mark, Howard, Jason and Gary.

Click here to buy the iTunes package now.

Tune into the boys' live performance of Happy Now below...

You can also check out our gallery of photos taken on the shoot over in Photos.

Watch the clip below to see Robbie and the boys talking about Happy Now: