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20 March 2020, 10:29
Robbie Williams has become the latest star to entertain his fans during their coronavirus pandemic, by undertaking a one-man karaoke mission.
The former Take That star filmed himself on Instagram Live, singing a wide variety of songs and chatting to his fans as he went. Corona-oke, if you will.
While we'd like to think this was just a normal Thursday evening for Robbie, the 'Angels' singer was putting on a show as a way of putting a smile on people's faces while they self-isolated at home.
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During the 90-minute session, Robbie not only sang a few of his own hits, but tackled tracks by artists ranging from Madness to Taylor Swift.
Here's just a few of the best reactions to Robbie's free gig:
Watching @robbiewilliams perform 90 minutes of karaoke in his house was just what we needed tonight. He even did a bit of Madness... pic.twitter.com/N5v41ZZFm5— Smooth Radio (@SmoothRadio) March 19, 2020
rest of the world : absolute chaos— zoë walker (@zoew4lker) March 18, 2020
robbie williams: pic.twitter.com/KcGYZlI0mW
quarantine is rlly doin something to robbie williams pic.twitter.com/NxcH7IuynX— honey 👼🏻「F5」 (@bigboipyo) March 19, 2020
Robbie_Williams.exe has stopped working. pic.twitter.com/CTcCJuW85w— D (⫩) • STREAM CAUTION (@whxnwewereyoung) March 19, 2020
📹 IG | @robbiewilliams dancing to ‘Shake It Off’ on his Instagram live today pic.twitter.com/4z2FyyX9eo— Taylor Swift News (@tswiftnzmedia2) March 19, 2020
Insta live with @robbiewilliams— Stefanie (@Steffichen75) March 19, 2020
"Everything Chances" 😍#coronaoki @GaryBarlow @OfficialMarkO @HowardDonald @poppapete299 #Quarantine pic.twitter.com/97GRkxSwGj
Robbie followed his Take That mate Gary Barlow, who has begun a series of 'Crooner Sessions' every day, recording live duets with fellow singers including *NSync's JC Chasez.
Meanwhile, Sir Anthony Hopkins treated fans to a spot of piano playing while his cute cat sat on his lap, while a bunch of Hollywood stars have covered John Lennon's 'Imagine'.