Robbie Williams has slammed Radio 1 Breakfast host Nick Grimshaw for now playing his music on air.
The Candy singer called nick a a ‘b******’ as he thinks that Nick and the Radio 1 staff think he’s too ‘fat and old’ as he talked at last night’s Sony Radio Awards.
“I did the Brits and started singing, ‘Hey-ho, here we go’ to a bunch of industry people and they were all just like, ‘F*** off, you’re fat and you’re old.
“And Radio 1 don’t play you no more – you’re fat and you’re old’.”
“Isn’t that right Nick, you b******?”
But the beef with Radio 1 did not stoop there as during Williams’ performance of Candy he shouted:
“That’s Candy. How four-year-old do you want it, Radio 1?”
On Sunday Adele celebrated her 25TH birthday!
So as a birthday treat the singer went to see Beyoncé’s Mrs. Carter World Tour.
On her birthday Adele tweeted:
What a wonderful beyday! 25 thanks for the love x
Adele was not alone at the Beyonce gig as she went with her boyfriend , Simon Konecki, and friends Robbie Williams and Alan Carr.
Adele is no stranger to talking about her love for Beyonce o this was the perfect birthday gift for her.
Adele has been famous for a few years now but she still suffers from stage fright!
The singer has said that she now is doing belly breath’s to overcome her anxiety as Robbie Williams‘ wife, Ayda Field advised that she learn belly breathing to help her ease herself and gear her up for her Skyfall performance at the Oscars next week.
A sources as reviled:
”Adele has suffered with terrible stage fright since she was 16, but now it’s worse than ever. She knows all eyes are on her after almost a year out of the spotlight, so she needed something to help her with it. Ayda was the first person to tell Adele about belly breathing, and how it had helped Robbie overcome his performing anxiety in recent years. It’s done wonders for Adele since she started getting daily sessions from a leading Indian practitioner. She’s being taught to breathe with her diaphragm instead of her chest, which is making an enormous difference. Adele has said it feels like she’s in a whole new phase of her life where performing’s concerned, and is confident she can beat her stage fright once and for all.”
Robbie Williams has been in the business for 15 years now she he knows what he’s talking about!
But now Robbie has talked about Jessie J saying that her career will be over in just 18 months.
The Candy singer said that her career will be over by 2014 as he told a Dutch TV show:
‘She’s not gonna last for very long, though, is she?’
‘She’s great, Jessie. I give her 18 months.’
But this is not the first time Robbie has targeted Jessie as he once said that he’s not a fan of The Voice:
‘I’m exhausted with how many times I’m to go on the emotional journey with this person who had a hard luck story and then da, da, da, da, blah, blah.
‘I’m sure I’d be a good judge but no, I’ve got a career. So… ‘
On last night’s X Factor James Arthur performed his own Dub-Step version of Adele‘s Hometown Glory!
The them of the show was Best Of British as the judges said that James was the best of British.
Nicole Scherzinger James’es mentor told him:
‘You are the future of music. You my love are the best of British.’
‘Adele is such an amazing brilliant artist, no one should ever cover her songs… except you.
‘Most of the acts here are work in progress, but you’re ready to record. Your talent is incredible.’
The only girl in the competition Ella Henderson took to the stage to perform Tinie Tempah‘s rap song A Million Miles Away sound acoustic.
Louis Walsh told Ella that she’s the best girl since Leona Lewis as he said:
‘You’re an old soul trapped in a young person’s body. You’re the best girl we’ve had since Leona Lewis. I think you are fantastic.’
Nicole gave some criticism like she normally does as she said:
‘You’re are one righteous babe. That was beautiful. That was gorgeous.
‘Just on the second half I would have liked you to hold out the notes a little longer.’
Christopher Maloney was first on stage he said that I’m Still Standing as he has had bad press over the last week.
Nicole told him:
‘I like the confidence. I liked the performance. At time I felt you were a little nervous and it was a little lacklustre at times.
‘You’re a karaoke king. For this competition I’m looking for an artist that’s gonna break boundaries.’
The bookies favorite Jahmene Douglas put on a good show as he sang Robbie Williams‘ classic Angels.
Tulisa told the former Asda worker:
‘I love the fact you’re a perfectionist. I completely think you could rip up the music industry.’
They have not had the best of comment’s the last few weeks but District 3 moved Nicole to tears with their rendition of Eric Clapton’s Tears In Heaven.
The singer told the boys:
‘You brought me to tears. I love that song. It had a deep personal meaning for me today. I loved the arrangement.’
And she’s normally go nothing but criticism but she loved the performance:
‘Louis stripped everything back. It was just three lovely looking lads singing their hearts out. It was my favorite performance as of yet.’
Rylan Clark performed his childhood girlband Spice Girl’s Say You’ll Be There, Who Do You Think You Are, Wannabe and Spice Up Your Life.
The Essex singer also got good comets from Gary as he said he thought the performance was ‘absolutely brilliant.’
Union J impressed with a rendition of Coldplay‘s Fix You.
Robbie Williams’es little girl was only born two months ago but he has admitted that he’s over the first time parent feeling!
Talking on Graham Norton‘s chat show last night he said that he still is getting use to being a father and says he’s every minute of being a father to baby Theodora.
In the interview he said:
‘I really do love it. I was worried before she came – I’d been a pop star since the age of 16 and I’d never done anything for myself and then all of a sudden I was being asked to take care of this life. I thought I might be this selfish person but you just melt. The baby came out and everything changed, cosmically, spiritually, life, everything.’
‘I’m a new parent and I’ve still got that euphoria and she hasn’t p***ed me off yet.’
The singer also talked about celebrity baby names with his wife Ayda Fields:
‘We wanted to call her Teddy but that’s bordering on celebrity nonsense and we thought what if she doesn’t go into showbiz and needs a professional name, so Theodora is her professional name and Teddy is the name she goes by at home.’
Robbie also spoke about the time Gwyneth Paltrow and her daughter paid a visit to the Candy singers house:
‘We were at my house in Los Angeles and the Coldplay boys had been over for a game of football and Gwyneth turned up. I was like, “Gwyneth Paltrow is in my house”, and as she walked towards me I kept saying in my head, “say something to Gwyneth Paltrow, say something to Gwyneth Paltrow” and I said, “Does Melon want some Apple?”‘