News of the World reports Robbie Williams is now dating MTV VJ Emma Griffiths after meeting her at the MTV Europe Music Awards in Lisbon, Portugal. “He is so gorgeous. I fancied him and it didn’t take long for things to happen,” Emma said. “He was lovely— such a polite man – and I was even starstruck which is unlike me. We decided to go back to the hotel together.” The couple have stayed in touch by text and phone since he returned to his home in Los Angeles. “Emma can’t wait to see him again, and Robbie seems keen too,” a source said.
Robbie’s ‘Intensive Care’ Will Get U.S. Release After All
January 7, 2006 – Despite Robbie Williams’ claims that he has no desire to be a singing star in America, Neil Sean of Sky News reports that he will have a low-key release of his latest effort, ‘Intensive Care’. The move was prompted by big import buying of the disc by American fans. Robbie’s label will also release the singe ‘Tripping’ Stateside.
Robbie Depressed Over Being Labeled Depressed
January 5, 2006 – Chartsingles.net reports that Robbie Williams is getting tired of the media labeling him as “depressed.” The former Take That star complained, “I am surprised about what the public thinks of me. They say again and again that I am a highly depressive guy who can hardly get out of bed for the next day. Bullsh**. But that seems to fit them well. Like, he may be the famous entertainer Robbie Williams, but he can’t enjoy his life. He can’t be happy. He is depressive, a terrible person; he can’t sing and is certainly gay.”
Music Is A Hit This Holiday Season
December 28, 2005 – Online retailer Amazon was celebrating a record Christmas sales haul today after its UK arm delivered as many as 480,000 gifts a day. Madonna led music sales with her ‘Confessions On A Dance Floor’ album, followed by ‘Now That’s What I Call Music! Vol 62’ and ‘Intensive Care’ by Robbie Williams.