Robbie Williams remembers getting dirty while performing on stage with Take That.
The British pop star took to her social media channels to share the news with her fans, telling them it left her “like dead” while she was performing.
This moment happened during the Take That reunion tour, when Williams reunited with his former bandmates for a tour of the UK and Europe, but suffered food poisoning while on tour.
“So I got food poisoning once on the Take That tour. When I came back in. It was horrible. It felt like death,” he began, writing in the caption. “Unfortunately we had to cancel a show in Denmark because of that. I still feel bad.”
“However, a few days later we were playing at the Ajax stadium in Amsterdam. Still not well enough to go on stage,” he continued, saying he was left in “the precarious situation of not being able ‘trust a fart'”.
“[Eso] It was unfortunate because it was what I needed to do during my opening song. ‘Let me entertain you,'” he wrote. “As I’m sure you can imagine, it was just a fart. But like a professional, I kept my composure and gave myself 100% to the performance.
“From the painting I just painted, I’m sure you have questions,” the singer concluded. But let’s let the logs sleep for now.”
To complete the update, he also asked his 2.8 million followers on Instagram to comment on the artist they thought was the “Parper of Performing,” and his choice was Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger.
In other Robbie Williams news, earlier this week the singer reunited on stage with his former Take That bandmate Mark Owen.
The singer was performing at Sandringham House in Norfolk on Saturday (August 26) when he introduced his “oldest friend in the band” and brought Owen out for a performance of his 2008 single ‘Greatest Day’. This was the first time the two met on stage in 12 years.
In addition, Williams also performed at the Mad Cool festival in Madrid in July and, in a four-star review, NME said he was “still on the final show”, bringing “cello drama and light comedy to his catalog of hits”.
When he introduces “Angels” and talks about overcoming ten years of mental health struggles, it’s clear that entertaining thousands at festivals like this is still a healing balm for Williams.” “He’s an artist with more than enough hearts. .”