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15 November 2012, 14:11 | Updated: 15 November 2012, 14:16
The 'Rock DJ' singer will make his upcoming gigs at the venue available to fans minutes after he gets off stage.
Robbie Williams has announced plans to release a set of live albums taken from each night of his upcoming O2 Arena residency in London.
The 'Candy' singer will also be making the records available for fans to download straight after he finishes on stage.
The albums will be recorded on the night, starting with his opening performance on the 23rd November.
The 'Live At The O2' albums will also be packaged up s a special three-disc collection.
When tickets for the shows went on sale, they sold in within one hour as fans snapped up the chance to see the Take That star.
You can check out a picture of Robbie performing live below:
Robbie also recently released his new studio album 'Take The Crown', which gave him his seventh number one.
He also recently hit the headlines over comments he made towards Jessie J stating that he didn't think she'd last longer than 18 months.