Robbie Williams has revealed he’s going to ditch ‘Angels’ from his future live shows, in favour of performing some lesser-known hits.
The ballad is usually a staple at Robbie’s gigs, but after receiving feedback from fans, he’s decided to mix things up a bit.
Speaking to the Daily Star, the singer explained that he often struggles to get through a performance of ‘Angels’, admitting: “I have to hold myself together or I could cry at everything and look pathetic.
“People want an ‘Under The Radar’ gig and I will do it,” Robbie continued. “Seeing the comments on YouTube I got to revel in the fact they meant a lot to people; I like my ego being stroked and it’s a lot of fun.”
Robbie’s most recent tour, ‘The Heavy Entertainment Show’, saw him perform 42 concerts around the world, and the set included 25 songs and a huge acapella section.
It wasn’t all smooth-sailing though and he was forced to cancel a handful of dates after suffering a health scare.
Opening up about what happened, when he suddenly felt unwell midway through a concert in Zurich last September, he later said: “My left arm went numb and I couldn’t stop dribbling out of the side of my mouth.
“I had a headache and I was also having trouble breathing. I couldn’t get a full breath.”