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Robbie Williams has five TV show ideas in the works as he eyes small screen career

1 month ago   |   By Radio Times

Robbie Williams has revealed that he has plans to become a huge small screen star - with the former Take That singer claiming to have as many as five TV projects in the works.
Williams reportedly has plans to model his telly career on that of Simon Cowell, who he worked alongside as a judge on The X Factor in 2018.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror , the Angels singer said, “There is a new avenue that I am moving into - TV. I am very, very excited about it.
“I hope we go back to normal soon because I have got so many TV ideas that I wanna do a myriad, a smorgasbord.”
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Robbie Williams to follow in the footsteps of TV mogul Simon Cowell with ‘five new shows in the works'

Robbie Williams to follow in the footsteps of TV mogul Simon Cowell with ‘five new shows in the works'

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Robbie Williams is following in the footsteps of Simon Cowell with five new shows in the works
Robbie Williams is set to give Simon Cowell a run for his money as he's revealed he has five TV show ideas currently in the works.
The 46-year-old Take That singer admitted that he's turning his head from music and shared his plans of hoping to reinvent himself as a television mogul.
‘There is a new avenue that I am moving into, TV,' Robbie enthused. ‘I am very, very excited about it.
‘I hope we go back to normal soon because I have got so many TV ideas that I wanna do. A myriad, a...
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