'Worth the drama!' After a dramatic flight, Gary Barlow finally makes it to South Africa… and wastes no time sharing his pictures
His journey to South Africa didn't exactly go smoothly, when his flight was forced to turn around after 11 of the cabin crew fell mysteriously ill.
But after finally making it to his destination, Gary Barlow was quick to share pictures of his holiday on his Twitter page.
The X Factor judge posted a shot of himself at the top of iconic landmark Table Mountain this afternoon, after earlier having tweeted: 'Well I made it to Cape Town.It was worth all the drama.Beautiful place.'
'It was worth the drama!' After a dramatic flight, Gary Barlow finally made it to South Africa, and was quick to share a picture of himself at the top of Table Mountain on his Twitter page
Stunning: Table Mountain in Cape Town is an iconic landmark and is visited by people from all over the world
In the picture, Barlow, who is in
South Africa to film an advert for Marks and Spencer, is seen wearing a
white and blue striped T-shirt and sunglasses as he sits against the
backdrop of the stunning view from Table Mountain.
Made it in the end: Barlow's flight to SA was turned around earlier this week when crew members fell ill
Barlow later wrote on his Twitter
page: 'Wow,so many of you have been here.
'In future I'll ask for tricks
and tips before I travel #gbarmy.'
The 41-year-old singer had a less than
successful trip to South Africa after his British Airways flight on
Wednesday night was turned around when crew members started to fall ill.
BA is carrying out an investigation
but confirmed no fault was found on the plane or its oxygen system and
has returned it to service.
The airline has also ruled out poisoning from food consumed on the flight because
none of the 15 cabin crew on board had eaten anything before the
The puzzling incident does not seem to have affected flight crew or any passengers.
The pilot of the 747 was a quarter of the way into the 12-hour flight when he made the decision to return to London Heathrow.
A spokesperson for BA told MailOnline earlier this week:
'There is no evidence whatsoever to suggest that the food on board was
to blame as the cabin crew would not have been eating.'
are still investigating the situation, and of course the safety of our
customers and crew will always be our overriding priority.'