Robbie Williams has been added to the star-studded bill for Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee concert in June.
Robbie Williams will perform at Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee concert.
The 'Angels' hitmaker is ''excited and honoured'' to join the line-up for the show - which is being organised by his Take That bandmate Gary Barlow - alongside stars including Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Elton John, Sir Tom Jones and Sir Cliff Richard.
Robbie - who lives in Los Angeles with pregnant wife Ayda Field - joked: ''I am excited to be in London for the celebrations and honoured to be part of this line-up.
''If this doesn't get me a knighthood, nothing will. I can't wait for the show.''
Robbie's addition to the concert - which will take place outside Buckingham Palace on June 4- has delighted organisers because of his universal appeal.
A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''Getting Robbie is a major catch for the concert - he's a huge star and massively popular with fans of all ages.
''This show is going to be the centrepiece of the Queen's celebrations, and Robbie is a proper showman.''
Other acts performing at the concert - which will be broadcast live on BBC1 and BBC Radio 2 - include JLS, Ed Sheeran and Dame Shirley Bassey.