Robbie was back on stage at the weekend as the world united for Live8.
The line-up at Hyde Park read like a who’s who of pop and rock as over 200,000 people gathered to witness the most important music event ever staged.
Paul McCartney and U2 opened the show with a blistering version of Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club to warm the crowd. U2 remained on stage keeping the tempo pulsing with Beautiful Day, Vertigo and One. Artists that followed included Coldplay, Elton John, Madonna, REM, Annie Lennox, Pink Floyd and more and more!! Even Sir Bob made it on stage telling the crowd he couldn’t resist performing ‘I Don’t Like Mondays’.
With the setlist running nearly two hours overdue, Robbie finally made it on stage around 10.30pm. Introduced by big friend and fan David Beckham, Robbie launched into ‘We Will Rock You’, a tribute to the late Freddie Mercury who was so epic at Live Aid 20 years ago. ‘Let Me Entertain You’ was next with the audience bouncing up and down despite over ten hours of standing! 'Feel' was expected to be Robbie's final song of the night but he followed it up with an absolutely massive performance of ‘Angels’.
As fireworks went off and Robbie clambered back on stage he shouted "Its amazing to be back in England, so hello everybody". He finally ended his 20-minute set shouting "God Bless Bob Geldof".
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