Robbie Williams was the third act of the One Love Manchester benefit gig and absolutely f*cking nailed his performance of Angels with the emotional crowd.
Robbie, visibly upset, came out to cheers as he stood next to old boyband group Take That and bowed to the Manchester crowd.
He quickly got into Angels and the crowd went wild for it as he asked them for the final chorus to help him through because his voice was going.
Midway through, you can see him break down…
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That was quite something.
And the watching audience at home agreed…
Robbie Willian's singing Angels at the one love concert got me emotional man ??
— colee (@nicoleandrewssx) June 4, 2017
Breaking my heart watching Robbie Williams singing Angels at the One Love Manchester concert ?
— jessie (@Jessie0498) June 4, 2017
Proper emotional wreck watching the one love Manchester concert, Robbie Williams – Angels will always get to me #OneLoveManchester
— Danielle (@danmorrisonx) June 4, 2017
Turned on #onelove to hear Robbie singing Strong and Angels. Immense. Am in bits.
— Boris Pomroy (@borispomroy) June 4, 2017
Watching One Love Manchester and looked out the window to see a beautiful rainbow ? whilst Robbie Williams @ was singing Angels ?
— Stephie Sutton (@steph11512) June 4, 2017
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