Robbie Williams prefers sport radio to music
Robbie Williams has revealed he prefers to listen to football on the radio rather than his own music during family car journeys
Robbie Williams prefers to listen to sport on the radio over his own music.
The 42-year-old singer - who has four-year-old Teddy and two-year-old Charlton with wife Ayda Field - would rather put talkSPORT on in the car than listen to pop music and his own songs on the likes of BBC Radio 1 and Capital FM.
When asked what he likes to listen to in the car, he told The Sun newspaper:
"Ah, talkSPORT! I have control of the radio. I'm such a guy I listen to football. But the kids now have got their own little iPad and they've got Peppa Pig going on, Sofia the First and Chuggington.
"I am such a guy I'm listening to football at the front."
Meanwhile, Robbie's children Teddy and Charlton will be joining their dad on the road for his 'Heavy Entertainment Show' stadium shows in Europe in 2017.
He said: "The children will be coming on tour with me - I'm glad."
However, Robbie is unsure how impressed the youngsters will be with his shows.
He admitted: "Teddy watched my performance on 'The X Factor' and looked at Nicole Scherzinger and said, 'What is that lady thinking?' And I thought, 'What is she thinking?' "