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Fox Apologizes For Robbie William's World Cup Performance

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Fox Apologizes For Robbie William's World Cup Performance

Fox Apologizes For Robbie William's World Cup Performance

Fox is apologizing after the opening ceremony of the World Cup featured U.K. singer Robbie Williams gesturing with his middle finger.

Williams was performing his song "Rock DJ" as part of the opening ceremony at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow before the opening game between Russia and Saudi Arabia when he made the gesture directly into the camera on live television.

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