LET Me Entertain You!
That's the message from one Robbie Williams tribute act who started on the road to the big time in Blackpool.
It all started in the Merrie England Bar on North Pier, but now Tony Lewis has hit the big time and could even be heading to Las Vegas.
The entertainer, whose resemblance to the award-winning pop star has people taking double looks as he walks down the street, will star on the small screen after reaching the finals of prime time BBC talent-show The One and Only.
During a football trip to Blackpool with friends in 2001, Tony found himself entering – and winning – Joey Blower's Pubstars.
Tony, 27, from Leigh, said: "Blackpool is the home of entertainment. That's where I started off so it'll always have a special place in my heart."
Tony, who starred on the Legends show on Central Pier for four years, added: "It was a great place to start off. They gave me a great start in life. It's an unbelievable transformation – I love what I do."
Presented by Graham Norton, the Saturday night programme will showcase the nation's leading tribute acts in a quest to win a once in a life time opportunity – a three month performing contract in Las Vegas with the renowned Legends In Concert, the world's longest-running celebrity impersonator show.
Tony added: "We've been in rehearsals in the studio all week. It's the most amazing stage I've ever performed on."
Click here to see a video of Tony as Robbie