Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Robbie buying island to spot UFO's

Singer Williams is looking forward to purchase an island off California in order to spot UFOs in private.

For the 1.3-acre White Rock Island,  a bid of 415,000 pounds had been made by the singer, a 22-mile boat ride from the Los Angeles shoreline, according to friends, reported Daily Star.

Williams fell in love with White Rock while UFO hunting more than a year ago with his wife Ayda Field, 33, who is expecting their first child.

"It's a dream location for him and means he, Ayda and the baby won't have to check into any local hotels where he's always recognised," said a friend.

Williams, who attended a UFO convention in Nevada, claims to have seen three flying saucers.

"He's in negotiations and he's thrilled at the prospect of buying White Rock. Ayda's hooked on his UFO kick," said a source close to the singer.

Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Robbie Williams Excited For New Album Release!!!

Robbie William is focusing on on his new solo album and is on the stage that which tracks for album should be included.

Since last year work on his new album is under progress and is now at the position where he is deciding which tracks from those he has recorded will appear on the final version.

Referring to his pregnant wide, Ayda Field, he wrote on his blog: "Sorry i've been a bit crap keeping up with you... but there's been nothing to report...Just been in the gym trying to offset the onset of middle age fetching things for ayda...and trying to figure out which tracks stay on the album + which tracks should be shelved (sic).

Speaking of which... if and when i tour ; ) would you rather hear let love be your energy or karma killer? sending big love (sic)."

Saturday, 21 July 2012

Fan on Chatroulette surprized by Robbie Williams performance

A fan had been surprised by Robbie Williams when he appeared on Chatroulette a give a solo performance there.

Robbie appeared on Chatroulette is a video website where users linked at random to each other - to serenade 19-year-old Adam Houabi - an accountancy student from Essex, England.

Adam told The Sun newspaper: "One minute I was talking to a bloke from Algeria ... then amazingly Robbie appeared.

"I didn't believe it was really him so he pulled his shirt down to reveal his chest tattoos and showed me five cameramen round him in his Hollywood studio.

"Then Robbie told me he was recording a new song and started singing. He said it was called 'Losers' and it would be out in October.

"It was good. I liked it. I've chatted to a few strange people on Chatroulette before but never a superstar!"

A source said: "Robbie had been lined up to perform solo material and it was hoped he would sing with Take That.

"It meant organisers had to adjust the entire schedule because Robbie is an extremely high-profile performer and had been given such an important role in the finale.

Saturday, 8 October 2011

Robbie Williams has launched his own online radio program

Robbie Williams has launched his own online radio program.

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Take That star on his offical website launched Rudebox Radio. The first episode features an interview with bandmate Gary Barlow, during which the X Factor judge revealed his regrets at not singing lead vocals on 'Never Forget'.

Williams wrote in a blog post, "Just reading your comments now... so very, very happy that you're digging Rudebox Radio. As you can imagine we had a lot of fun recording it.

"Alas it took too long to clear it so I came up with the studio name in your absence. Rudebox Radio now beams across the tinter web from 'Run It Wild', my studio in the house."

However, the singer said he is busy as a second broadcast delay in work on new material can be.

He explained, "I'm going to get another one together, but I'm chocka block in the studio recording the new album still. So it might have to wait a while".

Meanwhile, Williams called on Strictly Come Dancing fans to vote for Robbie Savage in the BBC competition.

Writing that he would be "most pleased" if his friend received support, he quipped: "I love him and I think he's doing a cracking job, though I'm not sure which one's the girl when they're dancing."

Thursday, 29 September 2011

Robbie Williams is mentoring Gary Barlow's boys category

Robbie Williams is mentoring Gary Barlow's boys category, has said that he find difficult is to judge on X Factor.

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The Take That singer and reality show judges will be seen on houses throughout the tournament this weekend in support bandmate Barlow.

In an interview with The Mirror, he said: "I was sat thinking 'Wow, this is great'. But that's all it is, a great day.

"I've got my personality to look after, if I was doing it I would desensitise myself to the emotion. I would find it difficult, who wants to break a 16-year-old's heart?"

Friday, 29 July 2011

Robbie Williams is taking his wife Ayda Field away for a lavish holiday

Robbie Williams is taking his wife Ayda Field, for a grand vacation to celebrate their first wedding anniversary.

Previous year the hitmaker was married the actress in Los Angeles on 7th August.

He has been busy with Take That on previous year that the couple didn't have time to take a proper honeymoon so Robbie has promised his wife. No expense spared in a foreign private resort is broken.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "Ayda's always by his side when he's touring or working on something but time alone as a newly married couple has been scarce because they tried to see as many friends as possible in Los Angeles before going away for the 'Progress Live' tour.

"Now Robbie has promised to take Ayda on the honeymoon they never had last year and says she'll be pampered in paradise."

Robbie's first substance abuse and self-esteem issues is war - first revealed her marriage is Ayda, 32, has been great for her because she based him.

The 37-year-old pop star said: "Married life is a bit wonderful to be honest, yeah, it really is. Stability and happiness, I'm getting used to it but, you know, it was bound to happen at some point.

"Life feels different, there's like 15 per cent of rubbish that you're carrying round with you, well me anyway, that's just disappeared. It's great being part of a team."