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Robbie Williams pays tribute to designer Mark Fisher

Singer Robbie Williams has paid tribute to acclaimed British stage designer Mark Fisher, who responsible for working on the London 2012 ceremonies, after he died today aged 66.

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R.I.P Mark Fisher, music's greatest architect. He will be missed. With respect, Robbie Williams http://t.co/lNUv25AGof

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Read more: London Olympic set designer Mark Fisher dies

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Robbie Williams turning on Christmas lights

Robbie Williams will switch on the Oxford Street lights Credit: David Cheskin/PA Wire

Robbie Williams will turn on the Christmas lights in Oxford Street tonight.

He will be joined by both Leona Lewis and boyband Lawson - who will both also be performing at the event.

For the first time, the Christmas lights turn on is going to be ticketed, with tens of thousands expected to be attending.

We will be interviewing Robbie ahead of the switch on, on London Tonight at 6pm.

Robbie to entertain Queen

Robbie Williams has been added to the bill for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert.

Event organiser Gary Barlow has asked his Take That bandmate to perform at the June 4 show happening in front of Buckingham Palace.

The line-up includes Elton John, Tom Jones, Jessie J and Ed Sheeran.

"If this doesn't get me a knighthood, nothing will" - Robbie looks forward to jubilee show Credit: Reuters

The Queen will watch the performance, along with the Duke of Edinburgh and other members of the Royal Family.

Robbie said: "If this doesn't get me a knighthood, nothing will. I can't wait for the show."

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