Robbie Williams has reportedly spoiled the good show of Take That. The singer, who performed on Take That's Progress tour, offended family audience with his foul-mouthed outbursts and vulgar gestures, forcing many to leave Wembley Stadium before the show was over.
The Daily Mirror reported that the 37-year-old singer used indecent words during the show. “Can"t believe you"re f****** here," he said on stage, before acting as if he was rolling a cannabis and then sticking two fingers to the crowd. “Let me introduce myself, my name is Robbie f****** Williams," Daily Mirror quoted him as saying. As if that's not enough, he thrust his hand into his trousers and said, “Taxi for Robbie. I"d like to get fake tan on my hands and touch a few breasts. I want to make you all horny and menstrual."
However, the singer's behaviour has not gone down well with the audience. “I had to put my hands over my daughters" ears. It was disgusting. He spoilt it for the rest of the band, who are true professionals, with all the attention-seeking and histrionics. It got to the point where we left during his segment and came back again when he was off," Daily Mirror quoted Julie Smith, a fan of the singer from London, as saying.
“You shouldn"t have to hear the f-word so many times in front of your kids. I"ve been to other Take That shows and this was something else," said a dad. “He was offensive and rude, said the f-word at least 12 times and stuck his hands down his trousers. There were many very young children in their audience (some aged only eight, nine or 10) and this was truly inappropriate," wrote a fan on a website.
“Something appears to be up with Robbie Williams. The man-band"s black sheep has been, true to boggle-eyed form, treating audiences to his unique brand of erratic behaviour," said a music critic.