Robbie Williams centre stage at children's charity auction
Robbie Williams showed you can sing when you're bidding as he made his debut as an auctioneer.
Fans were star-struck when the 41-year-old star made a surprise appearance as 150 of his personal items went under the hammer for charity at Bonhams in London.
It raised £145,000 for a Stoke-on-Trent children's hospice, with an MTV Award selling for £10,625 and a two-piece suit he wore for music video Radio going for £5,250, all including buyer's premium.
Taking bids in front of his wife Ayda Field and father Pete Conway, he sold off a set of handwritten lyrics to his duet with Kylie Minogue - Kids - for £5,500 minus fees.
The most expensive bid of the day was £25,000 minus fees, made over the phone for the handwritten lyrics to Williams' 2013 track Go Gentle.
But the Angels singer got distracted when fan Barbara Veras (26), a doctor from Sao Paulo in Brazil, entered a bid.
He told her: "Haven't I kissed you during a gig?"