Robbie Williams was delighted by the racy interruption (Picture: Gisela Schober/Getty Images for Bunte)
Robbie Williams was left gobsmacked when two sisters flashed their boobs at him during his show over the weekend.
The 49-year-old pop star was belting out his hits to a crowd of 13,000 fans on Australia’s Gold Coast when siblings Carlie and Brooke Mills treated him to an eyeful midway through.
Now, the pair have revealed the reason behind their very daring display, and there’s actually an almost sweet explanation for it all.
‘He said the 90s concerts were a lot different. So I got up on my sister’s shoulders, he came over and pointed and I flashed him,’ Carlie explained to the Courier Mail.
‘So I gave some 90s vibes back to him. I also yelled out “Let Me Entertain You”. He gave me a look like “you can do better than that” so I lifted the bra up, shimmied – full flash.’
The Angels hitmaker was left beaming after the racy moment, and made sure to give them a very public thank you during the gig.
The singer admitted touring has changed since the 1990s (Picture: Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)
Robbie is married to Ayda Field (Picture: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)
He quipped: ‘I’d like to give my own round of applause to the two lovely ladies that had their breasts out this evening.’
Taking to Instagram after the show, Carlie wrote: ‘What’s the craziest thing you have done lately? Jumped on my sister’s shoulders, flashed Robbie Williams and then he threw me his RW merch T-shirt.’
Meanwhile, Robbie is currently the subject of a Netflix documentary – the self-titled Robbie Williams – in which he discusses his mental health, addiction and depression,the paranoia that came with intense fame as a teenager in Take That, and his previous relationships including Spice Girls star Geri Halliwell.
He’s also seen with Ayda and their four children – who they usually keep far away from the spotlight, while they don’t let them join in first class on flights.
Their reasoning behind this is that the couple want their kids to learn that first class is a privilege that they need to learn and that once they can pay for it themselves they can sit there.
‘My kids fly economy whenever we fly. I turn left and they turn right,’ she told The Sunday Times. ‘There’s no interest in raising brats. My kids will know [economy] is where they will sit in a plane until they can pay to put themselves in a different part of the plane.’
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