Robbie Williams has signed a deal to document his life. He will allow cameras into his lavish home for a new tell-all documentary. This is the first time in 20 years since his previous documentary "Nobody Someday" was released.
A music insider told The Sun, "Robbie is one of the most entertaining men in music and the documentary will be hilarious and heartfelt in equal measure."
"He has been through a hell of a lot and battled lots of demons in his personal life" they added.
But he’s also had an incredible career in music, started a family and racked up plenty of celebrity anecdotes, so there will be loads to talk about in the documentary.
Along with this, Robbie has also been working on his biopic called 'Better Man' in Australia. This biopic is being directed by The Greatest Showman filmmaker Michael Gracey. It will either release at the end of 2023 or early 2024.
Apparently Robbie will be playing himself for the biopic whilst Jonno Davies of Amazon series, Hunters, will play a younger version of the star.
Many exciting things are happening for the 'Take That' singer, as his next album 'XXVI' is set to release in September 9 2022.
"I am excited to announce my new album 'XXV' which celebrate many of my favourite songs from the past 25 years" Robbie said in a press release.
"Each track has a special place in my heart so it was a real thrill to record them again with the Metropole Orkest. Can't wait for you all to hear it" he added.
Last month he gave a taste of what his next album is by releasing an orchestral version of his hit 'Angels'.