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8 November 2019, 10:57 | Updated: 8 November 2019, 11:09
Robbie Williams is getting himself into full Christmas mode by unveiling two new tracks from his new festive album.
Robbie has released a duet of the festive favourite 'Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)', as a duet with rock legend Bryan Adams.
Listen to it below:
Last week, Robbie unveiled his cover of Slade's 'Merry Xmas Everybody', a duet with singer and pianist Jamie Cullum.
He has also released the original song 'Rudolph':
Meanwhile, Robbie has also announced an ITV special. It's Not the Robbie Williams Christmas Show will see the former Take That star take to the stage for a one-off special, to be shown next month.
Filmed this month at the newly-restored Alexandra Palace Theatre, viewers will be treated to an evening of music and entertainment from Robbie and special guests.
He said: “I’m so excited to be working with ITV on this very special programme. I’ll be bringing new songs from my Christmas album The Christmas Present as well as the classic hits, to this beautiful and iconic venue."
Robbie releases his first Christmas album on November 22, which he hopes will knock Michael Bublé "off his perch".
Robbie has also announced a brand new UK tour date for this December, called The Robbie Williams Christmas Party, taking place at The SSE Arena in Wembley on December 16, 2019.