Robbie Williams storms London comeback gig

Since performing on the X-Factor a couple of weeks ago many people have accused Robbie Williams of losing it. But those harsh critics were eating their quick to judge comments last night as the ex Thatter played a storming live show in London.

Robbie's performance was part of the opening night of the BBC Electric Proms, which saw the Robster backed by a monster 38 piece orchestra, two drummers and an opera singer, and kicked off with comeback single ‘Bodies’. With this being his first UK gig in 3 years he did initially look shaky, telling the crowd; "It's a bit nerve-wracking. Thanks for making me feel comfortable." However, he soon got into his stride, whizzing through classics such as; ‘Come Undone’, ‘Supreme’, ‘No Regrets’ and ‘Angels’.

During the gig Robbie egged on the celeb filled crowd (Geri Halliwell, Ant & Dec, Chris Evans, James Corden and Will Young all blagged tix) with remarks about the Twins Grim from the X-Factor; "Go for the twins," he told the crowd, who responded with boos, "John and Edward all the way."

Last night's set-list was;

Morning Sun
Come Undone
I Will Talk and Hollywood Will Listen
No Regrets [dedicated to Gary Barlow]
Won't Do That [dedicated to girlfriend Ayda Field]
You Know Me
Video Killed The Radio Star

Watch highlights from the gig here

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