Video Shame de Robbie Williams

Para todos aquellos que fueron fanáticos del grupo pop británico, Take That, les dejamos el video Shame de Robbie Williams y Gary Barlow. ¡Reunidos luego de 15 años!

Un tema que saldrá a la venta el próximo 4 de octubre con el disco recopilatorio de la agrupación.

Y un clip, que para muchos, recuerda mucho a aquellos cowboys gays de la “peli” Broke back Mountain (El secreto de la montaña), debido a la cantidad de largas miradas entre los protagonistas y alguno que otro detalle que de seguro habrán notado. (Jeje)

Aunque, conociendo el estilo de Robbie, todo debe ser parte de su extravagante sentido del humor.

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2 Comentarios

  • Preet
    May 18, 2012 | Permalink | Reply

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  • irnoteba
    May 19, 2012 | Permalink | Reply

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