Published Friday, 16 March 2012
The JLS star's purchase is not just a novelty as he's applied for a licence to turn his home in Kent, England into a huge farm, and hopes the venture will become a successful and thriving business.
He tells The Sun: "(The tractor) is amazing, one of my favourite ever buys. The farm is a business investment as well as a hobby.
"I love the outdoors, it gets me away from the city and the mayhem that comes from being in a band. I want pigs, cows, chickens, sheep - the lot. I'm going to be a proper farmer."
Gill isn't the only British pop star to take up an outdoors career - Blur bassist Alex James runs a cheese farm at his home in Oxfordshire, England.