Robbie Williams blows kisses to devoted fans during radio interview in Milan... after scoring his TWELFTH number one
With a career spanning over two decades, he has some of the most dedicated fans in the world.
But Robbie Williams never fails to repay them for their support - blowing kisses to his admirers in Milan, Italy on Saturday.
The singer, 42, took time out of his interview at Radio Deejay to lean out the window and shower his devoted fans with gratitude - in light of the exciting news that his latest album has reached number one.
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Saying thanks: Robbie Williams, 42, took time out of an interview in Milan on Saturday to blow kisses at adoring fans - in light of news that his latest album has topped the charts
The singer took time during his interview to address the fans waiting in the cold for a glimpse of him at the station.
The former Take That member looked his usual rock star self in a bold black shirt patterned with white spots, and a chunky gold chain around his neck.
Leaving the shirt unbuttoned, the Angels crooner flashed one of his many tattoos as he blew kisses and waved at his supporters below.
Never changes his spots: The former Take That member looked his usual rock star self in a bold black shirt patterned with white spots, and a chunky gold chain around his neck
Robbie had good reason to be in such a lively mood - as his latest album Heavy Entertainment Show has topped the charts, making him the UK's most successful solo artist ever.
The new record, which was released last Friday, marks an impressive twelve number one albums across his twenty-year career.
Talking to The Sun of the achievement, he said: 'I'm chuffed and humbled by these amazing statistics and facts.
Cheeky: Leaving the shirt unbuttoned, the Angels crooner flashed one of his many tattoos as he blew kisses and waved at his supporters below
'I'm as proud of this album as much as any other, and hope that the fans enjoy it as much as I loved making it - this is for the friendlies.'
The statistic sees the former Take That singer overtaking musical legend David Bowie as the most successful artist.
Meanwhile, Robbie recently insisted that no other musician has an 'entertaining temperament' like him - which is what makes him so successful.
Speaking in a press conference to promote his forthcoming stadium tour, the Rock DJ hitmaker said: 'If you say things enough it becomes true.
He's the one: The new record Heavy Entertainment Show, released on Friday, marks an impressive twelve number one albums across his twenty-year career
'This tour is going to be huge, my temperament is incredible, nobody has got an entertaining temperament like me and nobody respects women more than I do.'
And the star - who is now father to four-year-old daughter Theodora and two-year-old son Charlton together with wife Ayda Field - believes he will prove his talent in his most exciting shows yet, next year.
He explained: 'Which you shall see from my two-hour performance each evening when I shall be respecting women then, nobody does that like me.
'Nobody sings 'Let Me Entertain You' or 'Angels' like me.'
Robbie's tour for the new album kicks off in Manchester next June, and travels to multiple cities in the UK including Cardiff and Edinburgh before it wraps in London.
Proud: Talking to The Sun the singer, who embarks on a tour for the album next year, said he is 'chuffed and humbled' by the exciting news
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