All this week on Radio 1 Breakfast, the station is bringing listeners the results of Sara Cox’s weekend in Amsterdam with Robbie Williams. During the Monday portion of the interview, Williams says he’s “really emotional about this tour. I’m doing gigs to 60,000 people – I’m just blown away by it all!” Audio has since been removed.
Robbie Williams’ First House Up For Sale
July 28, 2003 – The two-bedroom family home where Robbie Williams was born has been put up for sale for £99,950 by owner Sam Evans. “When Robbie was born, this was an affluent neighborhood,” Evans said. “Lots of doctors and lawyers lived on the road, which is odd because everybody thinks of Robbie as a working class hero. Most people think Robbie was born in the Red Lion pub but his birth certificate has my address as his home – he moved to the pub when he was two. There were three bedrooms when Robbie was here but apart from that the lay-out is absolutely identical to how it was.”
Robbie’s Plaster For A Big Zit, Not Shaving Cut
July 27, 2003 – The Sunday People reports the real reason Robbie Williams was sporting the plaster on his cheek last week wasn’t because he cut himself while shaving, but rather a large zit. A reader who saw the singer in Amsterdam revealed, “It was a large spot. I saw it on the big screens.”
Robbie Has His Own Moves
July 27, 2003 – Robbie Williams sets the record straight regarding his younger *NSYNC rival. “There is one really big difference between me and Justin Timberlake,” the Sunday Mail quotes him saying. “I have moves all of my own.”