Robbie Williams Admits To Still Smoking Cannabis: 'I Last Got High Two Days Ago' Robbie Williams ' party animal days might be behind him, but the singer has admitted he still smokes marijuana regularly. Teetotal Robbie, who is now a dad to 1-year-old Theodora Rose, told The Mirror that he smokes spliffs to relax. Robbie Williams “Since the birth of Theo I’ve become less reckless," he said. “I last drank 13 years ago, the last time I got high was two days ago. No big drug ... 11/29/2013 - 2:46 am | View Link
Robbie Williams: 'I'm A Straight Person Pretending To Be Gay' Robbie Williams has finally come out - as a straight man who acts gay! The singer admitted that his camp ways even had his wife, Ayda Field, confused when they first met. Robbie Williams Robbie - whose new album is called 'Swings Both Ways' - told Australia's Sydney Telegraph: "There is a history of gay people pretending to be straight. "I want to balance the sides. I’m a straight person ... 11/15/2013 - 3:40 am | View Link
Queen's Jubilee: Rock concert at Buckingham Palace British music royalty was set to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II on Monday with a Buckingham Palace concert featuring acts from throughout her 60-year-reign. But the queen's husband, Prince Philip missed the concert after being hospitalized with a bladder ... 06/4/2012 - 11:59 pm | View Link
Queen's Jubilee: Rock concert at Buckingham Palace As the Diamond Jubilee show ... on John's "Crocodile Rock." Ska band Madness performed 80s hit "Our House" on the palace roof, changing the lyrics to "Our house, in the middle of one's street." The queen may not like to rock'n'roll but she has plenty ... 06/4/2012 - 11:49 pm | View Link
Queen's Jubilee: Rock concert at Buckingham Palace LONDON (AP) — Elton John sang "I'm Still Standing," Stevie Wonder crooned "Isn't She Lovely," and Paul McCartney sent "All My Loving" as musical royalty celebrated Queen Elizabeth II's 60-year reign with a concert outside Buckingham Palace on Monday. 06/4/2012 - 11:49 pm | View Link
Queen's Jubilee: Rock concert at Buckingham Palace LONDON (AP) — British music royalty was set to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II on Monday with a Buckingham Palace concert featuring acts from throughout her 60-year-reign. But the queen's husband, Prince Philip, will miss the concert after being ... 06/4/2012 - 8:08 am | View Link
The outpouring of condolences from across the world for Nelson Mandela shows that the anti-apartheid revolutionary and former South African president was a "global citizen," and he now "is at home with great friends," a spokesman for the family said in the first statement from the human rights leader's immediate kin since his death.