Robbie Williams embraces Scottish style as he dons a kilt at Murrayfield

Fans Kaitlyn Henderson, Kirsty Campbell, Alix Mason gather ahead of the Robbie Williams concert. Picture; Ian Georgeson
Fans Kaitlyn Henderson, Kirsty Campbell, Alix Mason gather ahead of the Robbie Williams concert. Picture; Ian Georgeson
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Robbie Williams wowed a 57,000 strong crowd at BT Murrayfield last night, even wearing a kilt on stage.

And the superstar did not disappoint belting out hit after hit with fan favourites Rock DJ, Let Me Entertain You, Feel, Come Undone, Party like a Russian and Love My Life.

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A touching moment came as the singer dedicated Angels to those who lost their lives in Manchester and London with the crowd using lights on their phones in a fitting tribute.

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On the only leg in Scotland of ‘The Heavy Entertainment Show Tour’ Robbie also threw in a special performance of 500 miles by the Proclaimers, with his father also coming on stage to give a rendition of Sweet Caroline.

Picture; Ian Georgeson

Picture; Ian Georgeson

There were extra surprises in store for the adoring crowd with a rare performance of Rudebox, the much slated rap track and also his first ever solo release – as well as a cover of George Michael’s Freedom.

Heavy security had been in place ahead of the concert with armed police and searches being carried out before the gig following the events in Manchester.

However, there were no major incidents to report with crowds and security forces mixing well as Williams enthralled a massive crowd.

Fans and critics alike can safely say that Robbie has still got it!

A feel good atmosphere at the gig. Picture; Ian Georgeson

A feel good atmosphere at the gig. Picture; Ian Georgeson