Robbie Williams has said that his forthcoming Netflix documentary will be unrestricted.
According to aceshowbiz.com, in a new interview, the “Angels” singer assured his fans that the documentary will be filled with sex, drugs, and mental illness because it has “no rules.”
According to “The Sun”, the 48-year-old musician also stated that the show, which would be taped in his mansion in Kensington, London, will be shot with “no rules” despite his editorial control.
On October 2, he was quoted as saying to a New Zealand radio station, “It will be full of sex, drugs, and mental disease.”
“They have not yet begun” (filming). I am certain that it will contain all of my flaws and that I will reveal too much about my life and times. I really anticipate getting started and discovering for myself what it is. No rules,” explained Williams.
“I’m more likely to leave everything in than other individuals. Rarely, if ever, have I remarked, “That’s too much, take it off!” Typically, I believe that it is insufficient.”
Williams noted that while having “editorial control”, the producers are “very fortunate because I want to reveal myself more than anyone else”.
He stated, “Most people want to present a sanitized image of themselves out of fear of revealing too much about their genuine lives.
“The audience can see it, and as an audience member, I don’t respond well to that, therefore I won’t do that.”
But the former Take That singer, who has been frank about his years of addiction to alcohol, drugs, and food, stated that he does not believe he will let his four children with wife Ayda Field to appear on the show: Teddy, 9, Charlton, 7, Coco, 3, and Beau, 2.
He stated, “I don’t believe children will be involved. Too much knowledge about the inner workings of my mind will be divulged.