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21 November 2012, 13:24
The 'Candy' singer says he can't wait to have the audience in the palm of his hand for the three-night residency this week.
Robbie Williams has revealed that he can't wait to perform inside London's O2 Arena this week, revealing he's "gonna eat it up".
The Take That's star's three shows at the venue sold out in less than an hour when they went on sale last month as fans looked to take up the opportunity to see the singer on his biggest solo dates since 2006.
"I'm gonna eat it up," he revealed to James Corden in a new trailer for his forthcoming interview with the actor.
"I want to go out there and have them in the palm of my hand from the beginning right to the end," he added.
The singer's shows follow his recent mini tour – where he played a series of smaller venues back in September.
He also rejoined Take That for a European Stadium tour last year as the original five members of the band hit the road and recorded a new album together.
"I've got a big window of opportunity for lots and lots of people to watch me, to hear the new stuff and potentially come to the tour next year," he explained as he teased a new outing in 2013.
He also admitted how he knows he has wrongs to put right when he heads back to the big stage.
He declared: "I've got a lot of pride, I feel as though I've got a lot of wrongs to right. All of my own doing."
When Robbie Met James airs on Sky 1 this Saturday 24th November.
You can watch the trailer to Robbie Williams' interview with James Corden below:
Meanwhile, the singer has also recently revealed plans to record each one of his shows at the O2 Arena – making them available to download as an album straight after he finishes the gig.
Robbie Williams' new album 'Take The Crown' is out now, which features Vodafone Big Top 40 number one 'Candy' and new single 'Different'.