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Bidding War Over Robbie Williams??

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Now that Robbie Williams's $80 million contract with EMI is almost up, record labels like RCA and Sony are said to be in a bidding war over who gets to sign him.

With a recent string of hits with songwriter Guy Chambers and news of his upcoming reunion tour with Take That, RCA is hoping that they can convince Robbie to go with them. Sources say that they've pulled out all the stops by hiring one of Robbie's closest industry friends Chris Briggs to help smooth the transition.

An industry insider says, "RCA have played a blinder by getting Chris on board. He's one of the most significant figures in Robbie's life and it's sure to influence his decision whether he signs with them."

We just can't wait to hear new music from Robbie and Take That!

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9 comments to “Bidding War Over Robbie Williams??”



  1. 1

    Really?



  2. 2

    noone is bidding for that t**t, thats rubbish, you ll see!
    its over with his career, go and retire, you nonsense!



  3. 3

    I don't understand why Take That took Robbie back I mean HE left them!! HE said loads of mean things about them! Take That have had two great albums without him in the last 4 years!!



  4. 4

    Is there a reason he doesn't want to try it in America? And don't say, they'd hate him. They don't know who he is. Has he ever tried or is just not interested? He lives in the US. His g/f is from the US. He has plenty of money so why the Take That thing. It can't be greed driven as his fans in UK do nothing but complain about him going back with them.



  5. 5

    He's a great artist, can't wait to hear his new stuff.

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    6

    Robbie and his lawyers can come up with a contract with the type of touring and engagement album support commitments (shorter, or more days off for relaxing in between, etc) that he can be comfortable with. World's his oyster.



  7. 7

    Re: windbourne

    he has tried it but he failed
    but that's already some years ago
    maybe if he'd try it now again…



  8. 8

    $80 million?
    Who paid him that?
    I have never heard one damn song of his.
    How is he worth any money?



  9. 9

    Can't wait to see Take That with Robbie next year!