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Robbie Williams uses hand sanitiser and pulls spectacular face after touching audience during Robbie Rocks Big Ben Live

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There are plenty of fans who'd love to get their hands on Robbie Williams - but the feeling doesn't appear to be entirely mutual. 

The ex Take That singer drew the crowds for Robbie Rocks Big Ben Live on BBC One tonight, but it's not just the songs people are talking about.

Eagle-eyed viewers noticed that while singing the traditional Auld Lang Syne he made contact with members of the audience - and then used hand sanitiser.

He also pulls a quite spectacular - and quite possibly tongue-in-cheek - face that has already been branded on Twitter as 'the moment of 2017' so far.

Robbie was playing the exclusive concert at Westminster's Central Hall, in the shadow of Big Ben, to see in 2017.

He played a selection of his biggest hits in the run-up to midnight as the excitement built for the new year.

After the fireworks finished, the concert continued, with Robbie returning to the stage to play more of his best-known songs and tracks from his latest album The Heavy Entertainment Show.

As far as the hand gel, if Twitter is anything to go by - people are loving it.

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