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Thursday 9th July 2020

Robbie Williams has five TV shows in the works

He's set to rival Simon Cowell

Robbie Williams has revealed he has five TV shows in the works.

The 46-year-old singer - who was paid £10 million for his role as a judge on The X Factor in 2018 - has said he is currently working on a number of TV projects.

He now wants to follow in Simon Cowell's footsteps by creating a TV empire.

Robbie Williams was an X Factor judge in 2018 (Credit: ITV)

Robbie Williams to become the new Simon Cowell?

The star told The Sunday Mirror newspaper: "There is a new avenue that I am moving into – TV. I am very, very excited about it.

"I hope we go back to normal soon because I have got so many TV ideas that I wanna do a myriad, a smorgasbord.

"There is literally so many. I have got five in the works right now. It is such an early stage I daren't talk about it."

Coronavirus has put Robbie's TV plans on hold (Credit:

However, Robbie is frustrated that the COVID-19 pandemic has put his plans on hold.

He explained: "I miss having the option to do something and feeling that I cannot do that is restrictive.

"I am looking forward to when we can just have free movement and get back to normal. I will be looking forward to that kind of weight lifting."

Lockdown life

Meanwhile, Robbie - who has children Teddy, seven, Charlie, five, Coco, 21 months, and Beau, four months, with wife Ayda Field - recently admitted he was worried about being in lockdown. He admitted the sense of helplessness it's created could have sent him spiralling towards depression.

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But the chart-topping star has managed to successfully navigate his own "fear and panic".

He explained: "I noticed at the start of the lockdown that I was going into fear.

"But the difference between me now and the person I used to be ... I saw it, thought 'That's interesting - tomorrow will be different'. And it was.

"Whereas before I used to think that I'd feel that way for a decade."

The singer also revealed it's been a stressful time as he can't get back to the UK to see his father, who has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.

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