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28 November 2012, 10:25
The artists collaborated on 'Candy' and their Take That song 'Eight Letters' in the capital last night.
Robbie Williams returned the favour to his Take That bandmate Gary Barlow in London last night (27th November) as he joined the X Factor judge on stage at the Royal Albert Hall.
The 'Rock DJ' star welcomed the man he calls "captain" to the stage at London's O2 Arena last week and looked overjoyed to be back with his close friend again yesterday evening.
Following a huge wall of screams, the pair collaborated on the Take That song 'Eight Letters' – taken from their last album 'Progress' as well as Robbie's recent single 'Candy'.
Performing the latter, Gary played the tambourine as the 'Angels' singer danced around the stage with the pair sharing an embrace at the climax of the track.
The show was part of Gary's short solo tour, which will see him back on the stage in Sheffield tonight (28th November).
Watch Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow performing together in London last night below:
Meanwhile, Robbie Williams this week announced details of a new stadium tour for 2013, which will see him play two shows at London's Wembley Stadium.
He will be joined by Olly Murs for the jaunt and said he hopes to "outdo" his famous Knebworth concerts from 2003.