Robbie Williams poses with an x-rated message ahead of the AFL grand final


Sharp-eyed fans spot VERY rude piece of jewelery worn by Robbie Williams in photo with AFL boss and Delta Goodrem ahead of grand final

Robbie Williams posed for a photo ahead of the AFL grand final while wearing jewelery with a very controversial message.

The 48-year-old pop star is the first international guest to appear on the Aussie Rules pre-match show in Melbourne since 2018.

However, appearing at a press conference on Thursday, the star wore a chunky bracelet with the words “f*** off” in large capital letters.

He also wore formal shoes with images of two different Playboy bunnies as he appeared alongside AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan.

Robbie Williams, 48, is the first international guest to appear on the AFL Grand Final pre-match show in Melbourne since 2018.  Appearing at a press conference on Thursday, the star wore a chunky bracelet with the words 'dammit' ' in large capital letters

Robbie Williams, 48, is the first international guest to appear on the AFL Grand Final pre-match show in Melbourne since 2018. Appearing at a press conference on Thursday, the star wore a chunky bracelet with the words ‘dammit’ ‘ in large capital letters

Williams also paid homage to her rocker roots with a sleek new mohawk and opted for rock star style in a sparkly Joker-inspired sequined jacket.  (L-R) Delta Goodrem, Gillon McLachlan, Robbie Williams and Kylie Rogers

Williams also paid homage to her rocker roots with a sleek new mohawk and opted for rock star style in a sparkly Joker-inspired sequined jacket. (L-R) Delta Goodrem, Gillon McLachlan, Robbie Williams and Kylie Rogers

The shoes were a pair of Playboy ‘bunny girl’ loafers by Duke and Dexter for £250.

Williams also paid homage to her rocker roots with a slicked-back mohawk and went full rock star style in a sparkly Joker-inspired sequined jacket while wearing one of her signature white waistcoats.

He was joined on the day by Delta Goodrem, who is due to perform the duet Kids with Williams on Saturday, which he originally recorded with Kylie Minogue.

Speaking at the media event, Williams said: “I am honored to announce my very own Australia who is the most beautiful person, both inside and out, the beautiful and incredibly talented Miss Delta Goodrem.

“I haven’t picked a team for Saturday. I know a bit about football, saw the Swans semi final and thought it was an amazing advert for the sport.

“I really discovered the World Cup and that was pretty scary.

“It was a big deal. It’s Australia, so I’ll take it easy. I love the MCG, it’s an honor to be a part of it, an honor to play it.

He was joined on the day by Delta Goodrem, who is due to perform the Kids duet with Williams on Saturday, which he originally recorded with Kylie Minogue

He was joined on the day by Delta Goodrem, who is due to perform the Kids duet with Williams on Saturday, which he originally recorded with Kylie Minogue

He also wore formal shoes with images of two different Playboy bunnies as he appeared alongside AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan

He also wore formal shoes with images of two different Playboy bunnies as he appeared alongside AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan

“The rest of the world deserves to know about this sport because it’s easy to get addicted.”

The singer confirmed he would perform in the half-time show after AFL executive general manager Kylie Rogers told him he was “the greatest performer in the world”.

“You are the greatest performer in the world and we are the greatest game. We’ve got to do something together,” Rodgers told the star backstage after An Evening With Robbie at the Rod Laver Arena in May, The Herald Sun reported.

This started a discussion that led to the pop star finally accepting the job.

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