British singer Robbie Williams He acknowledged that he is going through a difficult time due to the excesses committed during the 90s and part of the 2000s.
“I’m devastated by what I did to myself in the ’90s and part of the 2000s.″said the former Take That and author of classics such as “Feel” o “Angel” in an interview with the British newspaper The Sun.
The consequences of Robbie Williams’ excesses
““The hair is thinning, the testosterone has left the building, the serotonin is no longer there and the dopamine said goodbye a long time ago. I have exhausted all the good natural things. I have ‘manopause’ (andropause). My daughter tells me: ‘Dad you are a lazy man. I don’t like the term ‘lazy’ because that’s how they described me when I was younger,” the interpreter confessed.
The excesses in the singer’s life were a classic until he met his wife, the actress Ayda Fieldto whom he dedicated countless songs and who, as he said on more than one occasion, rescued him from addictions.
At the same time, he acknowledged that he plans to undergo some aesthetic retouching, although he has not carried it out yet because the production of the biographical documentary, which will be seen on Netflixit was prohibited so as not to affect its continuity.
“I think the image people have of plastic surgery or having surgery is based on bad examples. “They don’t realize that most people in show business have had it done, but you wouldn’t know it: 90% of it is pretty decent,” she said.
49 years old, Robbie Williams He was part of Take That in 1990, and then pursued a fruitful solo career with which he released 16 albums, the last of which dates back to 2016.
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