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Robbie Williams’ Therapy

by | 22nd, September 2006

ROBBIE Williams should go back to rehab.

This is not the opinion of Anorak but of the Star’s “double award winning” Joe Mott.

“Today I issue a plea to Robbie Williams: Go back to rehab,” says Mott. He goes on to say that his is “NOT” suggesting Robbie has any problem with drugs or booze and is “simply reacting to his decision to cancel a load of tour dates due to ‘stress and exhaustion’”.

Does Mott believe rehab will restore Robbie to former glories? Are this writer’s double awards for services to the therapy industry, a gong awarded for each successful celebrity recruit he delivers?

We know not. But we are painfully aware that Robbie is troubled. As the Mirror’s non-award winning 3am Girls remind us, Robbie’s latest musical offering is “awful”.

What Robbie needs is a shoulder to cry on, and so much the better if this shoulder is slim and covered in absorbent cashmere. Like the shoulder atop Tara Palmer-Tomkinson’s arm. She has been hanging out with the singer.

Tara is delivering a little therapy of her own to tired and emotional Robbie. “Robbie has decided not to read what anyone writes about Rudebox. He doesn’t let the criticism get to him.”

But how does Robbie know about the criticism if he doesn’t read the critics? Does he instinctively know its rubbish? And his pals aren’t telling him it’s terrible – T P-T thinks its all just brilliant.

“But I love the album,” says Tara, “especially as I’m on it. I say ‘Hello operator’ on the single. But I don’t know if that has been cut out.”

Which suggests that Tara has yet to hear the dire tune. Although we can assure her that in or out, hers is the best bit…

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