Take That singer Robbie Williams has confirmed that he will be going back on tour on his own once the Take That reunion tour is done and dusted. Robbie admitted that he enjoyed touring solo as it gives him the opportunity to stick his fingers up at the “naysayers” who have criticised him over the years.
Williams explained, "I must say I am aware that there is a perception in certain quarters and I'm enjoying throwing that perception down people's throats when I jump through the wall in LMEY ('Let Me Entertain You'). I've never felt more on my game and it's thanks in part to the naysayers. They have put a fire in my belly and in turn a smile on my face. I'm blessed to have them."
He then added, "When the tickets go on sale for my next tour, I think we'll see what 'dwindling' looks like. Yes, there will be a solo tour and I'm not sure where I'll be going yet." It is believed that record labels are fighting over the signature of Robbie Williams following his Take That stretch. Robbie Williams has currently released eight studio albums, selling more than 56 million records around the globe.