Footy fans were treated to a 2022 AFL Grand Final pre-game entertainment show for the ages as they praised international music icon Robbie Williams and Delta Goodrem who got the crowd at the MCG on their feet.

Unfortunately the halftime show failed to come anywhere close as fans were left far from impressed.

The halftime show featured Australian non-binary star drummer and singer G-Flip, The Temper Trap featuring Budjerah and Ngaiire, Goanna with Shane Howard, Christine Anu, Emma Donovan, Tasman Keith and William Barton and The Australian Girls Choir.

Viewers tuning into the coverage questioned the sound quality and technical elements of the performance saying The Temper Trap sounded “underwhelming”, “flat” and off-key.

There were mixed reviews about G-Flip’s performance of Jet’s “Are You Gonna Be My Girl”, with some fans applauding the entertainer on their energy and skilful drumming, while others questioned the “hype” around their popularity.

Collingwood fans praised G-Flip’s wardrobe which included a Magpies scarf and exposed Calvin Klein underwear.

Other fans took to Twitter to plead with the AFL to bring back Williams and Goodrem for another performance mid-match to revive the apparent quiet crowd.

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