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24 June 2018, 10:54 | Updated: 15 August 2018, 13:54
Robbie Williams joined Taylor Swift for a surprise duet in London last night (June 23).
The former Take That star surprised fans at Taylor's second night at Wembley, as the pair sang his classic hit 'Angels' together.
Taylor started singing the song solo while playing the piano, before Robbie arrived on stage to sing the rest of the song alongside her.
He later shared a photo of them both together on social media, writing: “What an honour to sing with you tonight @taylorswift13 I’ve got a proper crush. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU x”
Robbie's wife Ayda Field later posted footage of the performance:
Watch fan-filmed videos of ‘Angels’ below:
This is the moment Robbie Williams (!!) appeared on stage to sing Angels with Taylor Swift pic.twitter.com/rZWURe9xXW— Chris Mandle (@chris_mandle) June 23, 2018
Taylor Swift’s surprise guest tonight was Robbie Williams and it was unironically one of the best and most confusing moments of my life pic.twitter.com/Ga3lOHbemB— Lex Croucher (@lexcanroar) June 23, 2018
I think this is the most British reaction ever. Just chilling watching Taylor Swift and out comes Robbie Williams and I start crying pic.twitter.com/xpwUCh2Mrk— Alicia (@lisdaviess) June 23, 2018
It is a tradition at Taylor Swift concerts for her to bring out a surprise famous singer who lives nearby, and One Direction's Niall Horan appeared at her first show at Wembley this week.
Robbie Williams recently performed at the World Cup opening ceremony, where he shocked fans by giving the middle finger during the performance.