Robbie Williams Breaks *NSYNC’s Ticket Sales Record

The Evening Standard reports that smashed a world record by selling more than 1.6 million tickets for his new tour – in just one day. The mark breaks the previous record held by , who sold 1 million tickets for their No Strings Attached U.S. tour in 2000.

Robbie Williams Wins Big At OYE Awards

November 25, 2005 – Robbie Williams performed at Zocalo square in Mexico City on Saturday (November 19) as part of the OYE Awards. Williams was in Mexico to promote his new album ‘Intensive Care’, and received an award for most records sold in Mexico from Paulina Rubio as well as for best international album seller, which was presented to him by Anahi.

Robbie Lands Role In Hometown Holiday Panto

November 24, 2005 – The Mirror reports that Robbie Williams is going back to his home town for Christmas to star in the local panto, ‘Mother Goose’. The singer begged his best pal Jonathan Wilkes, who plays Billy Goose in the show, for a part. “As soon as Robbie knew I was doing panto, he didn’t like the fact that he wasn’t,” Wilkes said. “I was talking about the pantomime at dinner and he said he wanted to be in it, as did Ant and Dec.”

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2 thoughts on “Robbie Williams Breaks *NSYNC’s Ticket Sales Record

  1. BSBlover05 says:

    And the only reason why N Sync even sold that many tickets to begin with was because all those little N Sync fans were trying to beat out BSB’s record sales.

  2. Lava33 says:

    Oh well, at least ‘NSYNC still holds the record for best first week sales ever for their album No Strings Attached That record wont be broken any time soon. Anyway, congrats 2 Robbie Williams.

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