Robbie Williams recently performed his first live gig in the UK in three years by kicking off the BBC Electric Proms.
Robbie, 35, showed he was back to his best as he performed his first live set since his Close Encounters tour in 2006, which saw him cancel dates and end up in rehab.
But tickets for Robbie’s gig at the Roundhouse in London sold out quickly and he sung 15 tracks including his new single Bodies.
Celebrity pals that came to cheer on Robbie included Sir Ian McKellan, James Corden, Geri Halliwell, Will Young and Ant and Dec.
The performance set a world record for the most simultaneous cinematic screenings of a live concert as it was shown at more than 250 cinemas over 23 countries meaning it was watched by thousands across Europe.
He had most-recently performed on the British talent show The X Factor, where he mentored the contestants and sung his new single.