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3 December 2018, 11:14 | Updated: 3 December 2018, 12:01
The former Take That member and X Factor judge jumped on stage at the live final to join Gary, Howard and Mark for a special performance.
Robbie Williams made the dreams of hundreds of Take That fans come true this weekend when he joined his former band on stage at the X Factor final.
Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald performed Shine on the show before 44-year-old Robbie jumped out from the behind the judging panel to join his former bandmates to sing the Take That hit Everything Changes.
Take That fans have been desperate to see the band reunite for some time now and those watching at home were besides themselves when Robbie took to the stage...
yes robbie yes!!!! back with the boys. this needs to be for good. 💜💜— Claire Crawley (@NuttyCC) December 3, 2018
robbie williams getting up to sing with take that has made this season of x factor worth it— festive frankie (@veIvetchanel) December 2, 2018
During the performance Robbie looked like he was enjoying the moment as much as the fans as he larked around with the boys on stage and strutted his stuff in classic Robbie fashion.
Gary, Mark and Howard looked pleased to have him up there with them as they joked around with each other with Mark even planting a kiss on Robbie at one point.
Robbie then planted a big kiss on his wife Ayda Field, 39, who sits alongside him on the X Factor judging panel.
Robbie was part of the original line up of Take That when the band formed in the 90s alongside Gary, Mark, Howard and Jason Orange who made the decision to leave the band in 2014.
Robbie stepped away from the group in 1995 and didn't rejoin them when the band got back together in the noughties.
However, if last night's performance was anything to go by, fans can keep their fingers crossed that Robbie will make more appearances with the boys as they get ready to celebrate their 30 year anniversary.
Do you think Robbie should rejoin Take That for their 2019 tour?