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Robbie Williams set to perform in Israel for the first time

    Robbie Williams has finalised a deal to sing in Israel for the first time.

    According to Israeli media, the former Take That star will perform in Tel Aviv next May.

    Mr Williams has reportedly reached an agreement with Israeli agents over a concert at either Yarkon Park or the Ramat Gan Stadium.

    The Stoke-born singer, who began his career as a member of the boy band at the age of 16, has had a hugely successful solo career with global hits such as Angels and Millennium.

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