ONE of his hits is She’s The One – and a lucky lady from Basingstoke lived up to this title and was the envy of Robbie Williams’ fans across the country when he dedicated a song to her at an exclusive show in London.

Emma Hunt, from Brighton Hill, spent a week trying to secure tickets to the Heart radio station concert at the Orchid, and thought all her dreams had come true when, after hours on the phone, she finally got through and won a pair.

Millions of people tried and failed to secure a place at the Robbie gig, and only 350 were treated to the intimate performance.

But for 36-year-old Emma, her night became even better when Robbie decided to dedicate No Regrets to her.

The mother-of-two pushed her way to the front of the crowd, determined to be as close as possible to her idol.

When she shouted up to the former Take That star, she never thought he would acknowledge her request to sing a song for her.

She said: “When I found out I had tickets, I was hysterical. I have always been a huge fan and I was over the moon.

“I got near the front of the stage, Robbie grabbed my hand twice and I shouted up ‘sing it for Emma from Basingstoke.’ He said ‘Emma from da da da?’ and I shouted ‘Basingstoke.’ He then said ‘this one’s for Emma from Basingstoke, No Regrets.’ It was the ultimate dream.”

Admin officer Emma, who took her husband Scott along for the live show, woke up the next morning wondering if it had all been a dream, until she heard presenters on Heart talking about her on the radio.

“I’m still on cloud nine,” she said.