Over the years I've seen Mr Robbie Williams perform in many areas and under many different guises - the boy band member, the pop star, the bad boy and the come back kid - and now the swinger. Robbie Williams sold out his four dates at the London O2 Arena each night performing to 15,000 screaming fans and he had each and everyone in the palm of his hand for the best part of two hours.

On Friday Mr Williams arguably one of the UK's biggest showmen showed that he can hold a note too.  Treating his fans of all ages to everything from Putting On The Ritz to Candy and a rousing rendition of Lulu's Shout.

Ever the showman the self proclaimed King Of Swing strut around the stage with simple lighting effects behind him. The production was anything but plain with a 17 piece band including long time collaborator Guy Chambers and eight dancers. Robbie also kept his 2 Take The Crown Tour backing singers with him whom compliment his voice.

In between two medleys one swing and the other of Robbie hits from across the years we were also treated to a barbershop inspired cover of R Kelly's Ignition.  Old meets new happened again after Robbie had one of his backing signers perform Alicia Keys Empire State Of Mind before Robbie took over the reigns for New York New York. The previously egotistical Robbie was a changed man bringing  two special guests on during the show.

 His first was the ever present Olly Murs who took to the stage with Robbie dressed as a monkey for the Jungle Book favorite I wanna Be Like You.  Later Mr Williams Junior shared the stage with Mr Williams Senior as his dad came on stage for a duet showing the bad boy is definitely now a family man.

Of course no Robbie Williams concert is ever finished without his signature tune Angel's.

Here it was Robbie who was treated by his loyal army of fans as they sung one of his biggest hits back to him. A moment that he always finds humbling. This time however Robbie had one last trick up his sleeve. He performed a brand new song about his fans to his fans - sensational. Yes!  Robbie you were sensational.