LONDON (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — While on this side of the pond, we were trying to forget the bad blood between Taylor Swift and Kanye at the VMAs, Robbie Williams was on the other side of the pond, forgetting the lyrics to his own song.
As part of London's Help for Heroes concert, Take That's Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow reunited for the first time in 15 years to perform at Twickenham Stadium in front of 60,000 fans, including Prince Harry.
Before Barlow joined him on the stage, Williams serenaded fans with his song "Feel," but mumbled and paused to check the lyrics. Fans shouted out the words, as Robbie returned to the front and laughed, "I scared myself to death, thank you." He then carried on with the show, according to London's Daily Mail.
The Help for Heroes charity concert supports members of the armed forces and featured Enrique Iglesias, James Blunt, Tom Jones, Alexandra Burke, The Saturdays, Peter Kay and Alesha Dixon.
Many injured service personnel were in attendance at the event, a change from year's past, when the presence of heroes came in the form of fatality stories. Lance Corporal Wyn Austin said it was "amazing" to see the support from the crowd in the stadium.
The 22-year-old amputee, from Grantham, Leicestershire, got to meet Williams on Friday. "It is brilliant to be here today and see the crowds of people supporting us. Help For Heroes are doing as much as they can to help us out and it's just great," Austin said according to London's Daily Mail. –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers