Robbie Williams believes his sobriety is his greatest achievement and he accepts that he will always have addictive tenancies that he'll always have to live with.
Robbie Williams knows he will always have an addictive personality.
The 'Let Me Entertain You' star considers his sobriety to be his greatest achievement, but readily admits his addictive tendencies are something he must always keep on top of.
Robbie told The Sun newspaper: ''I can be addicted to anything. At the moment I'm addicted to a game called 'Gummy Blocks'. I'm addicted to the internet, I'm addicted to an awful lot of things. I have to tend to that stuff and if I don't tend to that stuff I get in trouble.''
The pop star said: ''I haven't had a drink for 18 years and I'm an alcoholic. I like booze. That's the one that sort of stayed with me going to meetings, going to rehab, getting this information. It's miraculous because I'm drawn to getting f***ed up ... whatever the level is. It's like, 'OK take this, do that, drink this and off we go.' And for 18 years I've managed. Put 18 years' worth of days together since my last drink. The truth is for most of my adult life I've mainly been sober.''
Robbie, 43, also admitted he has only slept with three members of The Spice Girls, not four as he had previously claimed.
He said: ''For the record I haven't. I really haven't. I said four out of five because it was good for the joke! I think if you check records everybody knows how many it was. I've done it again haven't I? Oh my God!''
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