Robbie Williams calls fame bad for the health
Fame has a bad effect on the mental state of Robbie Williams. That tells the Brit in a candid interview with the Sunday Times.
Williams signed last year a new record deal and released album The Heavy Entertainment Show. He was also touring with his new music, but that was the singer heavy.
Six weeks came and Williams are not hotel rooms because of both agoraphobia, which he has incurred because he is often in situations in which it is impossible to leave, such as during a performance.
“This job is very bad for my health. It will be my death if I do not otherwise see,” says the singer in the interview. Williams thinks that his psychological problems were less severe would be if he was not famous.
“Depression is in my family, but I don’t know if I as mentally ill would be without the fame. You’re under a magnifying glass in the form of the attention of the entire world, so be your shortcomings, of course, also be magnified.”