Written by Aisubeki Akiudo
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Saturday, 11 August 2007

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LONDON (Defecated News) - Alleged 'AC-DC' pop star Robbie Williams discharged himself from the Priory Clinic yesterday morning after what has been the toughest time in his glittering career. An inmate for over a year, Williams had been admitted for addiction to various illegal substances in a scene that was juxtaposition to his shining career in the pop world.

After reported talks with Take That's Gary Barlimow, nephew of Bod's chum Farmer Barlimow, it's considered by many that he will soon announce a reunion with fellow band members to complete the Take That ....fivesome....pentagon....thing.

"I've had time to seek counselling and deal with personal issues" admitted Robbie in a frank interview with The Spoof reporters. "Now I just need to get into shape and practice singing Could It Be Magic."

Robbie shot to stardom in the 90s with numerous hits and dominated the early 00s...noughties with his solo stuff like Angels and other nice songs. However, after splitting with long-term partner Guy Chambers, Robbie's music became shit and only suited to lifts and supermarket background noise. He's minted, but lonely and a self-pitying fanny, allegedly.

Kylie couldn't be arsed to comment.

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