G Flip and Temper Trap join star-studded entertainment line-up at AFL Grand Final
This year’s AFL Grand Final entertainment will be headlined by British superstar Robbie Williams, who will perform pre-game.
And on Thursday, the full line up of artists set to perform at the big match was unveiled.
G Flip, Mike Brady, The Temper Trap featuring Budjerah and Ngaiire, will be part of the jam-packed homegrown line-up.
This year’s AFL Grand Final entertainment will be headlined by British superstar Robbie Williams (pictured), who will perform pre-game on Saturday
Aussie rock veterans Goanna will also perform at half-time, alongside of a supergroup of First Nations artists, including Christine Anu, Emma Donovan, Tasman Keith and William Barton.
Meanwhile, singer Delta Goodrem looks set to duet on the mega-hit Kids with Williams, which he originally recorded with Kylie Minogue.
The Aussie songstress, 37, posed up a storm with the Angels hitmaker on Thursday as she announced she’d be joining the superstar.
She opted for towering hot pink heels with a chunky wedge and a matching crop top for the announcement at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Aussie singer G Flip (pictured) and Mike Brady will also be part of the jam-packed homegrown line-up
Aussie rock veterans Goanna (pictured) will also perform at half-time
As will The Temper Trap alongside singers Budjerah and Ngaiire
She teamed the look with a chocolate brown suit and chunky gold jewellery, while wearing her blonde tresses down and loose.
Robbie confirmed he will perform at the halftime show at the Melbourne Cricket Ground after AFL’s Executive General Manager Kylie Rogers heaped praise on him.
‘You are the greatest performer in the world and we are the greatest game. We should do something together,’ Rogers reportedly said to the star backstage after An Evening with Robbie at at Rod Laver Arena in May, The Herald Sun reported.
A supergroup of First Nations artists, including Christine Anu (pictured), Emma Donovan, Tasman Keith and William Barton will also be involved
That opened a discussion that led to the pop star finally accepting the job.
‘I am so excited to be performing for all the fans, on the hallowed turf of the MCG, for the biggest game of the year,’ he said in a statement.
‘I can’t wait to see you all on that last Saturday in September,’ the Let Me Entertain You hitmaker added.
Meanwhile, singer Delta Goodrem looks set to duet on the mega-hit Kids with Williams, which he originally recorded with Kylie Minogue