The singer, 46, reminded fans the COVID-19 pandemic won’t prevent any festive cheer in the video for his single Can’t Stop Christmas, which saw him also don a blond wig and suit to mimic the politician.
Robbie also poked fun at all the disastrous things the nation has faced during the COVID-19 pandemic, including endless Zoom calls, social distancing and the never-ending struggle to buy toilet roll.
Fun: Robbie Williams (left) poked fun at Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s chaotic COVID-19 public addresses on Monday (right) in the video of his single Can’t Stop Christmas
On Sunday Robbie offered fans a glimpse of his new video, tweeting a clip with the caption: ‘Good evening, tomorrow at 8am GMT I will address the nation #CantStopChristmas’.
The video saw the hitmaker nestled in his living room singing to the nation that they could still enjoy Christmas despite all the government restrictions.
At one point he glanced up at the TV to see the ‘Prime Minister’ speaking to the nation in one of the government’s daily press briefings, which have become a fixture during the pandemic.
They’re like twins! Robbie embodied the Prime Minister in the video as he poked fun at the press briefings with their daily conflicting messages
Keeping spirits up: The singer reminded viewers the COVID-19 pandemic won’t prevent any festive cheer in the video
Coming soon: On Sunday Robbie offered fans a glimpse of his new video, tweeting a clip with the caption: ‘Good evening, tomorrow at 8am GMT I will address the nation’
Relaxing: The clip opened with Robbie watching the government’s usual COVID-19 briefings, though this time the PM seemed oddly familiar
A striking resemblance! In the video Robbie dons a blond wig and suit to mimic Boris in the midst of one of the government’s daily press briefings
Ridiculous! The video also poked fun at all the government’s COVID-19 slogans, which sparked nationwide confusion with their ever-changing nature
The singer sported Boris’ famous blond hair and suit as he spoke to the nation from the podium, with the government’s usual Stay Alert slogan replaced with Save Christmas.
Robbie’s newest song also poked fun at all the tropes the nation has lamented during the pandemic, including never-ending Zoom calls, and the government’s ever-changing rules and slogans.
As he struggled to track down toilet roll after the shops were ordered to close, Robbie still managed to celebrate Christmas with a small group of loved ones.
Keep away! In the single Robbie reminds his fans that they can still celebrate Christmas even with the restrictions singing: ‘Santa’s on his sleigh, but now he’s two metres away’
Safety first! It also pokes fun at all the tropes the nation has grappled with during the pandemic, including never-ending Zoom calls and the quest to buy toilet rolls
That’s a bit different! The singer sported Boris’ famous blond hair as he spoke to the nation from the podium, with the government’s usual Stay Alert slogan replaced with Save Christmas
We can still enjoy it! As he struggled to track down toilet roll after the shops were ordered to close, Robbie still managed to celebrate Christmas with a small group of loved ones
Number one? Can’t Stop Christmas is taken from the critically acclaimed The Christmas Present – Robbie’s most recent and first ever festive-themed album
The video ended with ‘Boris’ and his scientific advisers dancing around the briefing room, before being interrupted by Theresa May, who put her successor to shame by showing off her best dance moves.
Can’t Stop Christmas is taken from the critically acclaimed The Christmas Present – Robbie’s most recent and first ever festive-themed album.
The double album features a mix of original songs and special festive covers featuring star guest appearances including Rod Stewart, Bryan Adams, Jamie Cullum and Tyson Fury.
Who’s that? Robbie’s own version of the briefings even had his own version of England’s Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty
When in doubt… dance it out! The video ended with the PM and his advisers launching into an impromptu, clearly thrilled to celebrate Christmas after such a challenging year
Amusing: Robbie displayed his own smooth dance moves in a festive-decorated version of the briefing room
The album also gave Robbie his 13th Number 1 solo album last December, meaning he reached the amazing feat of equalling Elvis Presley’s chart record as the solo artist with the most UK Number 1 albums
Robbie’s single was released just days before this year’s Christmas Number One is announced, with contenders including Gemma Collins and her festive single Baby It’s Cold Outside.
But despite his own bid to top the festive charts, Robbie previously revealed he’s a fan of Gemma’s and even made a cameo in her reality TV series Diva At Xmas.
Look who it is! But suddenly the trio were put to shame by Theresa May, who showed off her own dance moves
Hilarious: The former Prime Minister famously made headlines when she danced to ABBA at the 2018 Conservative Party Conference
Wow! Theresa put her Parliament colleagues to shame by launching into the splits
In a sweet video message, Robbie told the GC: ‘I’m wishing you the very, very best Christmas and incredible new year. Good luck with the new single with Darren [Day], it’s a cracker.
‘Thank you for making me smile and thank you for making me laugh, we need more of that on our televisions.’
Robbie previously admitted that he and wife Ayda binged Gemma’s reality show during lockdown.
Exciting: The video for Robbie’s single was released just days before this year’s Christmas Number One is announced