Robbie Williams: 'I'd Be Vicious On Twitter'
Pop star opens up about why he shuns social networking site...
Robbie Williams has revealed that he has taken the decision not to use Twitter himself because of his personality.
Speaking to The Sun, the pop star revealed that he delegates the management of his feed on the social networking site to a flunky.
Asked if he is on Twitter, he replied: "I am, via someone else. If I want to say something, I tell them because I'd get into so much trouble if it was left to me.
"Because I bite and I bite hard. I'd be f***ing vicious.
"That would be my whole day gone. I'm going to stay away from that. I think it's best for my soul."
Robbie also discussed his reunion with his best-known writing partner Guy Chambers for his new album Swings Both Ways.
"We didn’t really fall out," he explained. "Robbie Williams became Robbie Williams. Previously Robbie Williams was a band that I fronted and Guy Chambers was the other member of the band.
"Guy became known as 'Guy Chambers The Hit-maker' and I was like, 'I'm p***ed off — I do some of this too you know'.
"Then Intensive Care, my next album after we fell out, was the biggest one out of all of them.
"I'd always said to Guy that I was going to do some stuff with other people. And I think Guy went into a bit of a meltdown because of it.
"Guy couldn't get his head around the fact I was going away. But, I was always going to come back. But his head melted and it sent me further into the stratosphere than it should've done.
"And so it's taken me this long to come back."
But he says things have been fine since the pair reunited and wrote new songs for the latest LP.
"Guy's older and I'm older. We're both wiser. I've loved him all the time and he's loved me too.
"We have a certain chemistry and I always felt sad we didn't take that further. But if I had, I would've been sad that I didn't go off and try other things."
Robbie recently voiced his concerns for Miley Cyrus.