Robbie Williams: “I Pray to Elvis Presley Every Time Before I Get up on Stage”
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Singer Robbie Williams has recently unveiled that he prays to the King of Rock Elvis Presley every time before he goes on stage.
The singer, famous for his single hits like ‘Let Me Entertain You’ made some witty remarks regarding praying to Elvis, saying that he “has a few words to say to the King of Rock and Roll” – who passed away in August 1977 – before every gig while he sips on some strong coffee.
The news was revealed by himself during a small Q&A he did on Twitter with some fans. In sad Q&A, he was asked “what do you before each show?” to which he replied: “Espresso and Pray to Elvis.”
The 42-year-old singer and songwriter also shared his methods of relaxation after a concert, saying “FIFA on Xbox, Uno, Nandos (sic).”
Robbie only answered a handful of questions among the hundreds of messages sent to him by his fans, though he admitted he likes to read every message:
“I read everything. Yes, it’s dangerous. Yes, it crushes the soul. But I’m addicted to it. Yes, I concentrate on the bad ones. I’m addicted to a lot of stuff that makes me feel full stop. Feel angry. There’s an energy in that that’s addictive. I’m addicted to stuff that strokes my ego, there’s an energy to that. I’m addicted to everything about it.”