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Britain’s favourite potty-mouthed singer performed live from Central Hall in Westminster on 31 December to usher in the New Year.
Robbie Williams had told his live audience that he had been banned from saying “the F-word, the C-word and the S-word”.
True to Williams form however, his rendition of Come Undone had the crowd singing – and thus swearing – in his place.
Generally, Williams had formed a connection with the audience.
As he sang Auld Lang Syne, he leapt into the audience, high-fiveing people left and right.
When he returned to the stage, he rather ruined the gesture by scrubbing his hands with sanitiser.
Robbie Williams grabbing the hand sanitiser after holding hands with the plebs during Auld Lang Syne is the start to 2017 we all deserve. — Tom Phillips (@Tom Phillips)
Robbie Williams sanitising his hand after touching the public is the most hysterical start to a new year ever. The… https://t.co/D50Vjo3bua — Zoe London (@Zoe London)
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