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Robbie Williams Tells Graham Norton Why He Feared Becoming A Father

by Paul Cashmere on October 4, 2016

in News

Robbie Williams appeared on the Graham Norton Show this week and shared personal stories about becoming a father.

Robbie Williams used his moments on the camera to talk about his family. The said he wrote two songs about his children. ‘Go Gentle was written for his daughter Teddie. “I’ve been really selfish. I’ve been a pop star since I was 16. I’ve had everything done for me. I know relatively little and now I have to look after this little person. I was terrified that I was not going to be up to it”.

Robbie Williams has performed his new song ‘Party Like A Russian’ for the first time on TV for Graham Norton.

Robbie Williams new album ‘Heavy Entertainment Show’ will be released on 4 September 2016.

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