Last night ITV viewers were given a special treat in the form of Key 103 Christmas Live artist Robbie Williams.
The 90-minute show looked back on Robbie's amazing career in music with a host of famous faces including Olly Murs, Kylie Minogue and the Take That boys taking time out of their busy schedules to celebrate his career.
The special show was to celebrate Robbie winning the BRITs Icon Award and was filmed at a sold out London Palladium last month.
Robbie Williams | © Getty Images
Fans of the legend weren't left disappointed as Robbie performed some of his classic songs such as ‘Angels’, ‘Millennium’ and ‘Rock DJ’ as well as his new songs ‘Party Like A Russian’ and ‘Love My Life’.
Fans were also given a special Take That reunion when Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald joined him onstage for an emotional performance of ‘Back For Good’ and ‘The Flood’.
Robbie Williams and Take That | © Getty Images
Watch fan footage of the performance below:
Viewers were quick to take to Twitter to express their love for the singer…
@robbiewilliams awesome show last night robbie I loved it eyes were peeled. Love the new album. Awwwssommeeeeeee.— Colin Clennell (@coliboino1) 6 December 2016
@robbiewilliams brilliant show,what a legend and soooo well deserved,cant wait to see you on the opening night of the tour in manchester— sonya mason (@sonyamason71) 6 December 2016
BRITs Icon: Robbie Williams? Don't mind if I do love seeing this man on my screen— briony. (@robronenough) December 5, 2016
Proper fan girling over this Robbie Williams BRIT icon thing— Niall Cutter (@NiallCutter1) December 5, 2016
Robbie is only the third recipient of the BRITs Icon Award, previous winners include Sir Elton John and the late David Bowie.
As if singing and dancing to Robbie once a week wasn't enough, you can catch him perform at Manchester's biggest pop party, Key 103 Christmas Live, on Friday 9th December. That's this Friday!
Robbie will be taking to the stage alongside the likes of Busted, The Vamps, Sigma, Sigala, Jonas Blue, Louisa Johnson, Blossoms and JP Cooper at the Manchester Arena.