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Monday, September 13, 2010

Robbie Williams And Gary Barlow Perform "Shame" At Help For Heroes Charity Concert

Robbie Williams And Gary Barlow appeared on stage live together last night for the first time in 15 years to perform their duet "Shame" at the Help For Heroes concert in Twickenham, just south of London.

And Williams introduced the Take That frontman in the classiest way possible. "My wife calls him my boyfriend, I call him my captain, you call him Gary Barlow," he said as Gaz walked out on stage. Awww. Bromance.

Current UK chart topper Alexandra Burke, James Blunt and some other people I can't be bothered rounding up the video clips for performed at the charity gig before headliner Robbie Williams.

Here's a bit from the Guardian from a couple weeks back, for all those wondering just how permanent Robbie's stint in Take That is going to be:
Speaking on BBC Radio 1, Barlow said: "It's 20 years since we began and we agreed to do a one-off album – and maybe a one-off tour would be great this year. But I think once we've done [that] Rob will go back to being Rob and we'll go back to being a four. I think it will resume to how it was. We are talking about a tour right now so hopefully next summer we will tour."

Williams added: "We've got 18 months planned. Whatever happens after that we haven't decided."
TT's upcoming album, produced by Stuart Price, is due out in November and will be preceded by the single "The Flood."

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