Let ME Entertain You; Robbie Williams Impersonatior's Shock as the Man Himself Hands Him Mic to Sing at Concett

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Let ME Entertain You; Robbie Williams Impersonatior's Shock as the Man Himself Hands Him Mic to Sing at Concett


Byline: JOSH MORRIS

A ROBBIE Williams tribute act got the shock of his life when the pop star handed him the microphone in front of 13,000 people.

Mike Andrew, who lives in Rhyl, was in the front row at the First Direct Arena in Leeds, when Robbie himself passed the mic down for him to sing.

"There's this one song called 'I Will Talk and Hollywood Will Listen', he passed the mic to security and I took it.

"Afterwards, he joked 'mate, you're better than me'."

It wasn't the first time Mike had met Robbie, he said: "To be honest with you, I've met Robbie a few times, twice at the last two Soccer Aids, he's always been very supportive.

"But it was absolutely amazing."

The video shows Mike taking the microphone, with Robbie applauding from the stage.

Cheryl Williams was there as well and said: "Mike was in the pit with his wife and friends.

"Robbie and his father came into the pit to see him.

"It's a song that Mike sings very well in his act."

After the gig, Mike wrote on his Facebook page: "Okay folks time for a reflection now it's actually sunk in what Mr Williams did last night. …

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