Robbie Williams wants Britain's Got Talent role
Robbie Williams has put rest to rumours he is planning to join 'The Voice' and admits he could see himself on the 'Britain's Got Talent' panel instead
This article is from 2014.
Robbie Williams wants a role on 'Britain's Got Talent'.
The 'Candy' singer isn't really a fan of singing shows so won't be following his fellow pop stars Kylie Minogue and Ricky Wilson's lead by accepting a mentoring role on 'The Voice', but could see himself on the judging panel of the eclectic ITV talent contest instead.
He told The Sun newspaper: "I've never seen 'The Voice'. Think I'd be best on 'BGT' to be honest. I like that one a lot."
Rumours that Robbie was one of the stars being lined up to replace Kylie and Ricky on 'The Voice' alongside veteran mentors Sir Tom Jones and will.i.am have been circulating since he revealed he has no plans to rejoin 90s boy band Take That for their next album and tour.
Should the 40-year-old star get his dream 'BGT' gig, he thinks his opinions would be too controversial and are bound to land him in hot water with show boss Simon Cowell.
He laughed: "Those TV shows are a great way to promote your music. But it probably wouldn't take me long to get in trouble as I've got a big mouth.
"I often say things that get me into loads of trouble."