TITAN the ROBOT

TITAN the ROBOT

As a first robot on our site, we’re introducing the most famous one – TITAN the ROBOT.
Titan is from the UK. He is quite a big deal in the British Isles as well as around the world.

For many people their first encounter with Titan was in 2010 when he took over the British Big Brother House. After Big Brother Titan became a celebrity. He performed with Rihanna during two of her shows.

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First at the Echo Music Awards in Berlin where he spent most of the evening laughing and joking with Robbie Williams backstage. During the second show with Rihanna at the Kids Choice Awards over in Hollywood he met such stars as Will Smith, Jackie Chan, Robert Downey Jr, Adam Sandler, Katy Perry, Steve Carell, Snoop Dogg, Justin Bieber, Chris Rock, Taylor Swift. At the end of 2010 Titan teamed up with X Factor sensations JLS and went out on a 40 date arena tour of the UK and Ireland with them. In 2012 Titan travelled to China, Oman, Ireland, Holland, Spain, went on tour around Australia, Abu Dhabi and Brunei. In 2013 Titan was invited to the finale of Germany’s Next Top Model and then took part in his biggest show yet – Will.i.am’s concert at the Wembley Stadium at the Capital FM Summertime Ball.

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Titan was a guest of many TV shows, performed and many festivals and street shows.

Titan has his own websiteFacebook Fan PageYouTube Channel and even Twitter page.

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~ Marta

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