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Robbie Williams And Taylor Swift Have Major Chemistry On “Angels” Live At Wembley

Sujan Tamang 

Taylor Swift has been taking over the world, all thanks to her musical talent and her next-level arena shows. One other instance was when she collaborated with Robbie Williams on his megahit “Angels”. The chemistry between the two could be seen clearly as they took their concert to the next level.

Swift started the song by singing the opening verse. The people in the concert were already loving the songs and the energy shifted even more when Williams made his electric entrance to finish off the verse. The video of Taylor and Robbie can be seen down below on YouTube.

Swift was happy when she caught a glance of Williams on the stage. The pair performed the duet on Swift’s Wembley Stadium Show on her Reputation tour which was her second. That was also the time he showed his love for her when he pulled Taylor’s Reputation tour t-shirt.

Even though this was Taylor’s show, she let Robbie hold the mike for the opening two minutes, and believe us, he was as impressive as he could be. He showed his golden voice as if he were the lead singer of a band there, along with sounding exactly like the studio version. Williams also did another memorable performance of “Angels” at the Brit Awards with Joss Stone. Be sure to watch the video down below.

The Wembley crow gave a very good reception for his performance, singing along every word and putting up a cheer. People also loved the performance online and were happy to see two global superstars together in the same space. Taylor and Williams had a great match together when it comes to music even though there are no other collaborations between them. When talking about a collab, he said, “Of course I would collaborate with Taylor. She writes a really good song, she’s a really good popstar, and she sets the bar for pop, especially with the last album. Song after song after song, she’s like seven singles deep and they all sounded like the first song off the record. She’sincredible and a phenomenon.”

“Angeles” was the breakthrough solo single from his 1997 debut album Life thru a Lens. The first three singles were good and were mildly successful, but it was “Angeles” that took him off his small stage. At the 2005 Brit Awards, “Angeles” was voted by the British public the best song in the past 25 years of British music, even though it had only reached number four on the singles chart.


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