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Anorak | Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton, Take That & Noel Gallagher’s Message To Robbie Williams

Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton, Take That & Noel Gallagher’s Message To Robbie Williams

by | 16th, February 2007

“GET well, Robbie, from Posh and pals xxx.”

In case Robbie Williams doesn’t get the Sun delivered to his padded suite at The Meadows clinic in Arizona, we relay the good wishes via the international Anorak.

And we bring Robbie the good news that Victoria Beckham has written a letter of support to him.

Another message of support has been sent by Posh’s fellow former Spice Girl Emma Bunton. And the stars at the Brit awards give a “wave of love” to Robbie.

While troubled Williams wonders why everyone is talking about him and sending him giant waves, Russell Brand tells the Brits audience: “Let’s send actual love to Robbie. It’s for you Robbie. Get well England’s Rose.”

And here comes Gary Barlow, Robbie’s old Take That band mate. Says he: “If it wasn’t for Robbie and his huge success, there wouldn’t have still been the interest there for us. So cheers Robbie. Thanks a lot.”

And as Williams slips into a deep fugue and looks for a way of escaping this cloying support group, we hear a voice of hope.

Over in the Sun, readers hear Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher musing on matters Williams. “If you take drugs, you end up in rehab unless you’re a f*****g rock like me – and then you just give them up.”

This is “cruel Noel” who “mocks fans’ rehab hero”.

Many might wonder what is heroic about going into a six star rehab centre? And what of the dangers to the young and impressionable in talking in glowing terms of a pampered singer’s dabbles with drugs, drink and prescription drugs? Love was never enough for Williams, so why does she need it now?

Might it be that Gallagher is on the money? “We’ve all been there,” says he, “but if you can’t stand the heat …”

… head for a clinic in, er, Arizona…



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