Delta Goodrem will join British pop legend Robbie Williams to perform at the AFL Grand Final.
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.
She teamed the look with a chocolate brown suit and chunky gold jewellery, while wearing her blonde tresses down and loose.
The star added dangling earrings and a glamorous make-up look while 48-year-old Robbie opted for full rock star style in a glittering Joker-inspired jacket.
Robbie showed off his dozens of tattoos while opting for a newly grey hairstyle which was spiked up with gel.
Ever the gentleman, the former Take That frontman kissed Delta on the cheek, while the pair also held onto the AFL trophy.
The pair will perform the duet Kids, which Robbie originally recorded with Kylie Minogue.
‘I’m honoured to announce Australia’s own, who is the loveliest person, both inside and out, the beautiful and incredibly talented miss Delta Goodrem,’ Williams said at the MCG.
‘I haven’t picked a team for Saturday. I do know a bit about footy, I saw the Swans’ semi-final and I thought it was an incredible advert for the sport.
‘I did open the World Cup and that was quite scary to do. That was a big deal. This is Australia so I’ll be more relaxed. I love the MCG, I’m honoured to be part of it, honoured to be playing it.’
‘The rest of the world deserves to know about this sport because it’s easy to get hooked.’
Swans fan Delta said it was a ‘full circle moment’ to play at the MCG with Robbie.
It comes just two weeks after the 37-year-old won AFL fans over with her rendition of the national anthem.
The singer confirmed he will perform at the halftime show at the Melbourne Cricket Ground after AFL’s Executive General Manager Kylie Rogers told him he’s the ‘greatest performer in the world’.
‘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.
That opened a discussion that led to the pop star finally accepting the job.
Robbie confirmed the good news of his impending performance in July.
‘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.