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Robbie Williams presents stunning AFL Grand Final performance


Robbie Williams gave an exciting start to the AFL Grand Final with an electrifying pre-match performance on Saturday at the MCG.

The English pop star started out with his 1997 hit Let Me Entertain You, before branching out into Rock DJ.

However, the most incredible moment of the performance was his rendition of the ballad Angels, which he dedicated to cricketing legend Shane Warne.

Robbie Williams gave an exciting start to the AFL Grand Final with an electrifying pre-match performance on Saturday at the MCG

Robbie Williams gave an exciting start to the AFL Grand Final with an electrifying pre-match performance on Saturday at the MCG

He then paid tribute to John Farnham with a heartfelt rendition of The Voice, which had the entire crowd singing in unison.

Robbie donned a head-to-toe hot pink ensemble and drove the crowd into an energetic frenzy throughout the incredible set.

He was surrounded by backup dancers dressed in tight gold jumpsuits and silver space suits, as well as a live band.

He also performed one of his new songs, titled Lost, joking to the crowd that “we’ll get through this together”, as many in the audience probably didn’t know the tune.

Robbie then “returned to hits” with an emotional rendition of Feel.

Robbie teased a potential Kylie Minogue reunion a few weeks ago at the request of Fox Melbourne.

‘I have to ask her,’ he said cheekily. ‘Maybe I should do this on this radio show here right now. Kylie, please come sing with me. I wish you would.

If Kylie doesn’t take the stage, Delta Goodrem has her approval to perform in her place.

The Spinning Around hitmaker commented on Delta’s Instagram page on Friday ahead of their Kids performance.

‘You kids are going to be more than fine!!!! Have the best time!!!’ Kylie wrote on a photo of Delta and Robbie on the MCG grounds.

Robbie was joined by Delta Goodrem to perform pop duo 2000 Kids

Robbie was joined by Delta Goodrem to perform pop duo 2000 Kids

Robbie was joined by Delta Goodrem to perform pop duo 2000 Kids

Origin: | Dailymail.co.uk


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