'I had a good time with dalliances': Robbie Williams jokes about making the most of his fame, how many of the Spice Girls he's REALLY slept with... and gives advice to Harry Styles
Earlier this year, British hit maker Robbie Williams denied sleeping with 'four out of five' Spice Girls, saying it was all a 'joke'.
And now the 42-year-old has spoken about his relationship with the iconic girl band and says he'll be keeping tight lipped about which band members he's actually slept with.
However the Angels singer, who is now happily married, did tell Stellar magazine he's enjoyed a number of fling at the height of his fame, admitting: 'I had a good time with my dalliances.'
Scroll down for video
His lips are sealed! Robbie Williams spoke about his relationship with the Spice Girls, saying what started as a joke isn't funny anymore and he'll never reveal which members of the group he actually slept with (Pictured in London in Nov)
About the Spice Girls, he said the long-running joke has to stop.
'It's unfair on the girls, we're all older now, we've all got children; The joke's not funny anymore,' Robbie told the magazine.
He added he isn't a 'sociopath' and 'regrets' making the controversial remarks in the first.
The rumour mill: Earlier this year, the hit maker denied sleeping with 'four out of five' Spice Girls, saying it was all a 'joke' (Pictured in 1995)
'It's unfair on the girls': About the Spice Girls, he said the long-running joke has to stop as they all now have children
'When I've said something that hurts somebody, I feel really bad about it.'
Robbie also mentioned former One Direction band member Harry Styles and said he is coping with fame better than what he did at the same age.
The former Take That band member admitted however the pair are a little different, with Robbie used to have romances with whoever was hanging around in his hotel, while Harry is 'smart' and 'goes out.'
Robbie's comments this week about the Spice Girls come after he denied to Nova's Fitzy and Wippa that he slept with 'four out of five' of the group.
Singing his praises: Robbie also mentioned former One Direction band member Harry Styles and said he is coping with fame better than what he did at the same age
Robbie, who was previously reported to be in a relationship with Spice Girls' Geri Halliwell, said it was all a 'joke.'
'I told a joke a long time ago. And it sort of got out of hand. You know 'Back for good' the Take That song, I used to sing that on stage,' Robbie said.
'I still do. On one particular tour before it I introduced it by saying ' I am very fortunate to have been in Take That and 4 out 5 of the Spice Girls.' That was my intro to the song and it was a joke and the joke went too far.'
Former flame? Robbie, who was previously reported to be in a relationship with Spice Girls' Geri Halliwell (seen together in 2001)
False! Robbie's comments this week about the Spice Girls come after he denied to Nova 's Fitzy and Wippa that he slept with 'four out of five' of the group
He added he'd like to apologise to the former girl group and their partners.
'I would like to apologise to all the Spice Girls involved and their husbands and boyfriends. I know a few husbands and boyfriends weren't too happy with the joke.'
Last month, he also insisted the line was all a joke when speaking to Kyle And Jackie O.
'That was my joke. That was just a joke - and it got me into a lot of trouble. And that joke carried on and has followed me through my career since I've said it.'
Adding fuel to the fire! His wife, Ayda Field, 37, (pictured) recently made headlines after claiming on the UK's Loose Women that her husband had slept with most of the Spice Girls
'And now my wife has taken that joke and ran with it herself. When we all know it was five our five and not four out of five!' he quipped.
His wife, Ayda Field, 37, recently made headlines after claiming on the UK's Loose Women that her husband had slept with most of the Spice Girls.
Back in July, TV host Kaye Adams began by asking: 'Ayda, did Robbie 'know' the Spice Girls?'
The outspoken 37-year-old replied, 'Yes he did,' before admitting he 'knew' Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton and Melanie C.
Setting the record straight: Mel C has denied Robbie's claims he bedded 'four out of five' Spice Girls in an interview with Closer magazine
The audience laughed as she joked there 'is not enough paper or pens' to write down all the Spice Girls that he 'knew.'
Later on in the episode, Ayda was asked if Robbie also 'knew' Victoria Beckham, and she replied: 'Let's stop!'
Meanwhile, Mel C has denied Robbie's claims he bedded 'four out of five' Spice Girls in an interview with Closer magazine.
Robbie and Ayda share two young children, Theodora Rose, four, and one-year-old Charlton Valentine.
They have been married since 2010.
Family: Robbie and Ayda share two young children, Theodora Rose, four, and one-year-old Charlton Valentine
Most watched News videos
- SNL mocks confident Clinton supporters with Dave Chappelle
- Havelock resident shocked as he films earthquake hitting NZ
- Trump supporter spews ignorant racist rant at young woman
- Adorable boxer dog jumps far better than the John Lewis dog
- Michael Moore tries to meet with Trump at Trump Tower
- Mother kicks her young child out for voting Trump in school
- Clinton makes final appearance at campaign headquarters
- Nigel Farage avoids questions as he enters Trump Tower
- Dogs leaping through grass like antelope will cheer you up
- Bodybuilder with '0% body fat' flexes her muscles in the gym
- Road rage incident turns personal as drivers insult each other
- Terryfing video of ground shaking as earthquake hits Christchurch