Robbie Williams: Robbie's the Man on Top of His World; Phil Gould Speaks to the No. 1 Star at the Pinnacle of His Pop Career
Byline: Phil Gould
THERE is no doubting Robbie Williams' status as the crown prince of pop. Millions of fans adore him and he has recently landed the biggest record deal in British music history.
The 29-year-old former Take That star star is unsurprisingly delighted with his success with a record deal, reportedly worth a staggering pounds 80m.
``There's been a lot written about this deal and understandably, it's a big deal, do you know what I mean?
``But I've got money, I always have had. I've had enough to do whatever I want. I don't feel any richer, but I'm not giving it back. You know, it's a deal. I've got an amazing new album. I'm …
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Publication information: Article title: Robbie Williams: Robbie's the Man on Top of His World; Phil Gould Speaks to the No. 1 Star at the Pinnacle of His Pop Career. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England). Publication date: November 29, 2002. Page number: 5. © 2009 MGN Ltd. COPYRIGHT 2002 Gale Group.
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