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After months of speculation Robbie Williams joined his former Take That colleagues for their reunion gig - as a 20-foot hologram. Women of all ages screamed as their heroes performed at a mesmerising, Las Vegas-inspired comeback show in the northern city of Newcastle.
The singer had re-recorded his lyrics to Could It Be Magic, before heading off to South Africa on his solo world tour. A huge screen projected a video of Robbie, hands in pockets, wearing ripped jeans and a camouflage jacket, singing the first few lines of the song, before the other band members took over and the hologram faded.
"Take That was part of Robbie's life and this is his way of saying thanks," commented a source close to the star.
Thousands of ecstatic fans cheered as lead singer Gary Barlow thanked them "for giving us the last ten years off", adding: "Unfortunately the rumours are true, Take That are going back out on tour."
Now 30-somethings, the "boys" were so nervous they banned observers.from rehearsals, but in the event critics agreed the concert was a roaring success.
Beverley Knight replaced Lulu for their 1993 number one hit Relight My Fire - although the Sixties pop sensation is signed up for stadium shows this summer. As flames burst across the stage, Mark Owen appeared in a pair of red devil horns while Gary donned a red fur coat with Elvis sunglasses.
The 90-minute gig closed on a high note, as the crowd sand along to classic tunes Back For Good and Never Forget.
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