Victoria Newton of The Sun reviewed Robbie Williams’ sold-out gig at Edinburgh before a crowd of 65,000 claiming, “Yes, I’ve been converted. Robbie knocks the stuffing out of Justin Timberlake.” She said, “Robbie had something for everyone on the first night of his European Tour. ‘Escapology’ hits such as ‘Me And My Monkey’, as well as classics like ‘Angels’ kept the Scots entertained on Saturday night.”
Double Duets For Robbie & Ms Dynamite After ‘Feel’ Fiasco
June 29, 2003 – The Scottish Daily Record reports Robbie Williams is set to record two more duets with Ms Dynamite. They recorded a version of Robbie’s hit ‘Feel’, but Ms Dynamite was furious when he dropped the duet for a solo version without telling her. But they’ve made up and plan to do two new songs.
Robbie’s Pal’s Parent Hits Out At Gay Slurs
June 29, 2003 – Robbie Williams kicked off his European tour last night with a spectacular upside down entry – as the father of his best friend Jonathan Wilkes insisted to the Sunday Mirror that the two men were straight. “People ask me they are a pair of poofs and the answer is no. No, no, definitely no,” bristles Graham Wilkes. “Of course if it did turn out he was gay, it wouldn’t make any difference. Whatever makes him happy in life, that’s our only wish. But I wonder why two men can’t be close friends in the way two women can.”