12 Sep 2010 - London, England: Twickenham
Robbie headlined the star-studded Heroes Concert in Twickenham to round off a fantastic day in support of wounded UK service personnel and their families.
The line-up also included Alexandra Burke, Enrique Iglesias, Tom Jones, Katherine Jenkins and James Blunt, plus comedy from Bruce Forsyth, Peter Kay and Jack Dee.
But the highlight of the day was undoubtedly reserved for the reunion of the year between Robbie and Gary Barlow, who paired up for a duet of single Shame. Robbie excitedly welcomed the arrival of his newly-reunited Take That bandmate for their duet, saying "this is one of the most amazing moments in my professional career so far. It has been 15 years in the making. My wife calls him my boyfriend, I call him my captain, you call him Gary Barlow."
Following their performance, which even included a brotherly hug mid-chorus, Barlow then exited to rapturous applause and Robbie wrapped up a day to remember with favourites Feel and Angels… what an evening!
Take a look at the fantastic photos from the show in our bumper Heroes Concert photo gallery.
"It was one of the most eagerly awaited reunions in pop music… He closed the concert with a moving rendition of Angels which he dedicated to ‘our boys and girls’"
"Robbie Williams finally took to the stage with his ex-bandmate Gary Barlow in a moving performance of their new single, Shame."
The Daily Mirror
"It was only when Robbie Williams took to the stage that this show felt worthy of its setting."
The Daily Telegraph
"Robbie has always been about the swagger, and whether he’s swivelling his hips or skipping impishly round the stage, he certainly does as his opening number requests – entertain us."
"Take That pals Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow honoured Our Boys last night as they brought down the curtain on the star studded Heroes Concert."
"Williams stepped forward to claim his moment of glory, ending the show with a performance that positively radiated superstar quality."