Fans were angry at the band Take That for replacing member Jason Orange with Britain’s Got Talent star Calum Scott during their coronation concert performance at the Windsor Castle on Sunday.

“I love #TakeThat but….I still miss Jason Orange… why is that?” one fan wrote on Twitter.

“If only Jason Orange joined them for this one night #CoronationConcert #takethat,” another one said.

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Take That was formed in Manchester in 1990. The original members of the group were Gary Barlow, Robbie Williams, Mark Owen, Howard Donald, and Jason Orange. Over the years, the group has undergone various lineup changes, with Robbie Williams leaving the group in 1995 and Jason Orange departing in 2014.

Jason Orange announced that he was leaving Take That after ‘Progress’ in September 2014. In a statement, he said that he did not wish to commit to recording and promoting a new album.

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He told Mark Owen, Gary Barlow and Howard Donald that he did not want to commit to recording and promoting a new album. “At the start of this year and with my full knowledge and blessing the guys began writing new material,” he said. “There have been no fallings out, only a decision on my part that I no longer wish to do this”.

During their initial run in the 1990s, Take That became one of the most successful pop groups in the world, achieving widespread popularity with hit songs like “Back for Good,” “Never Forget,” and “Pray.” The group disbanded in 1996, but they reunited in 2005 and have since released several successful albums and embarked on multiple tours. Today, the group consists of Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, and Howard Donald. They continue to make music and perform live