Robbie Williams looks set to smash a record set by Take That after interest in tickets for his upcoming stadium tour are tripling on a daily basis ahead of going on sale on Friday.
The 'Candy' singer announced on Monday that he will be setting off on a 15-date European tour in June 2013 along with special guest Olly Murs, and it seems fans can't wait to catch a glimpse of Robbie in action as ticket vendor Viagogo say searches for his tour are tripling daily.
Robbie Williams looks set to break his own Guinness World Record with his new tour (WENN)
"'Take That Progress' was the most searched term on our site in 2011," Viagogo spokesperson Ed Parkinson said before explaining that the high demand could be down to Murs.
"From the demand we're seeing already, it's looking like Robbie Williams will take the crown in 2013. Whilst support acts don't usually make an impact on demand for the main attraction, Olly Murs is bucking that trend and adding great value to Robbie's tour," Parkinson continued.
"Olly was the tenth most in demand act on viagogo this year and his fans are jumping at the chance to see him rise to the occasion of a stadium tour."
Is Olly Murs the reason for the high demand of tickets (WENN)
Robbie and Olly will be travelling to various cities across the UK and Europe, including Manchester, Glasgow and London's Wembley.
Tickets go on sale at 9am on November 30 and it looks like he could break his own 2006 Guinness World Record for the fastest sell-out tour.