‘It’s going to be full of sex and drugs and mental illness’: Robbie Williams promises his upcoming Netflix documentary will have ‘no rules’ when it comes to filming
Robbie Williams promises his Netflix documentary will be full of sex, drugs and mental illness and insists there are no limits when it comes to filming.
The 48-year-old singer has editorial control over the content, which is being filmed at his £17.5million mansion in Kensington, London.
He recently said on New Zealand radio station Newstalk ZB’s The Mike Hosking Breakfast Show: “It’s going to be full of sex and drugs and mental illness.
Warts and all: Robbie Williams, 48, promises his Netflix documentary will be full of sex, drugs and mental illness and insists there are no limits when filming (pictured last month)
“You haven’t started yet. I’m sure it will be warts and all, and I’m sure I’ll be giving away too much information about my life and time.
“I’m looking forward to getting started and finding out for myself what it is.”
Insisting there will be no restrictions, he continued: “No rules. I tend to keep it all in than most people, I very rarely if ever said ‘this is too much, take it off’. I usually think it’s not enough.’
All that aside: Robbie said that while he has ‘editorial control’ the creators are ‘very, very happy because I want to expose myself more than everyone else is exposing themselves’ (pictured last month)
Robbie added that while he has “editorial control,” the creators are “very, very happy because I want to embarrass myself more than anyone.”
He said: “Most people want to make a sanitized version of themselves because they’re afraid of revealing too much of their real life.
“The audience can see that and I don’t respond very well to that as a spectator, so I won’t do that.”
Honestly: But former Take That singer Robbie, who has been open about his years of addiction to alcohol, drugs and food, doesn’t think he will let his four children appear
But former Take That singer Robbie, who has been candid about his years of addiction to alcohol, drugs and food, added he doesn’t think he will have the four children he shares with wife Ayda Field, 43, in the show will show.
The couple are parents to Teddy, 9, Charlton, 7, Coco, 3, and two-year-old Beau.
He said: “I don’t think the kids will be involved. I will reveal too much information about the inner workings of my mind.’
Family affair: Robbie is a father to Teddy, 9, Charlton, 7, Coco, 3, and Beau, two, with his wife Ayda Field, 43.