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Gary Barlow surprises Robbie
Gary Barlow made a surprise appearance at a Robbie Williams concert last night (13.10.10).
The Take That singer joined his bandmate - who has recently rejoined the group after originally quitting in 1995, a year before the boy band split for the first time - onstage to perform their song 'Shame' from Robbie's new greatest hits album.
An onlooker at the concert - presented by radio station Magic 105.4 for Barclaycard Unwind - show said: "It was such a surprise, we hardly thought Robbie could pull out any more hits after 'Rock DJ' and 'Angels', then all of a sudden Gary came on and it was amazing to see them both there onstage together, reunited.
"I saw the last Take That tour, The Circus, without Robbie, and the atmosphere was amazing, but I think when all five of them appear together again it will be the most incredible show ever, I'll shout so loud I'll probably lose my voice - I can't wait."
Robbie's hour long set at the trendy Supperclub venue in London's Notting Hill also included his hits 'Feel', 'No Regrets' and 'Come Undone', among others and was attended by 300 lucky competition winners and VIP guests including Geri Halliwell.Posted on 14 Oct 2010 16:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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