TOM Parker reunited with his The Wanted bandmates on stage last night, performing on a throne.
The pop group belted out their greatest hits to a rapturous crowd inside London's O2 Arena, and the recently repaired roof was nearly blown off with Tom joined the show.
Taking centre stage on a raised platform, Tom was surrounded by pals Jay McGuinness, Nathan Sykes, Siva Kaneswaran, and Max George.
Today Tom shared a picture of the quartet and wrote: "Love you all."
Max's Strictly Come Dancing pal Katya Jones turned out to watch the lads last night alongside pal and pro snowboarder Aimee Fuller.
They danced and sang wildly in the pit and even caught up with the guys backstage.
At a previous gig Tom enjoyed a bottle of beer as he rested on a sofa under a blanket.
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The 33-year-old singer – who is using a wheelchair after treatment for his inoperable brain tumour left him too weak to stand – smiled backstage.
The boyband took their tour to Manchester with behind-the-scenes footage shared throughout the evening by Max.
In one clip he filmed Tom, who recently returned from gruelling treatment in Spain, sipping a bottle of Peroni lager before the show.
Max, in mock outrage, was heard saying: "Drinking on the job. Not even gone on yet."
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He missed the start of the group's Most Wanted greatest hits tour last week to undergo pioneering treatment on his brain cancer in Spain.
But days later he made it to the show, nodding and smiling as his bandmates performed beside him.
The dad-of-two has undergone numerous rounds of chemotherpay and radiotherapy since being diagnosed with an inoperable tumour in 2020.
He has previously said he is shocked at the lack of treatment and funding for cancer patients in the UK.
A chemotherapy drug called Temozolomide has for 20 years been the standard NHS treatment for glioblastoma patients.
But treatments he recently received at a private facility in Spain include time in an oxygen machine, massages and a special diet.
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