Robbie headlined the star-studded Heroes Concert in Twickenham last night, rounding off a fantastic day in support of wounded UK service personnel and their families, and now you can take a look at the fantastic photos from the show in our bumper Heroes Concert photo gallery.
Performing five songs on the evening, Robbie opened up his set with a thunderous rendition of Let Me Entertain You before the Twickenham crowd enjoyed a mass arms in the air moment for Come Undone, which even featured a special version of rugby favourite, Swing Low Sweet Chariot.
Then the stage was set for the reunion of the year as Robbie was joined by Gary Barlow for their first ever live performance of new single, Shame. Robbie excitedly welcomed the arrival of his newly-reunited Take That bandmate for their duet, saying "this is one of the most amazing moments in my professional career so far. It has been 15 years in the making. My wife calls him my boyfriend, I call him my captain, you call him Gary Barlow."
Following their performance, which even included a brotherly hug mid-chorus, Barlow then exited to rapturous applause and Robbie rounded off the evening with favourites Feel and Angels… what an evening!
Take a look at a handful of the photos below, then click here for the full photo gallery.
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