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Robbie Williams (born on 13 February 1974 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire) is a pop singer from the United Kingdom. His early pop career began with the boy band Take That before he embarked on his solo career in the mid-1990s. Robbie Williams is well known for his live performances which often involve pulling female audience members onstage and french kissing them.

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Robbie Williams' first solo album, Life Thru A Lens was released in 1996. The single "Angels" was included on the album and was released in December 1997. The song's popularity propelled the album to number 1 on the album charts, 28 weeks after the Life Thru A Lens was first released. The 'ballad'-style song has proved to be his most popular to date, although it never reached the top of the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number 4.

Robbie Williams' second album, I've Been Expecting You, continued in the James Bond/spy theme and topped the UK charts in October 1998. It remains Robbie Williams' best selling album in the UK selling over 2.7 million copies. In 1999 he collaborated with singer Tom Jones on the Lenny Kravitz song, "Are You Gonna Go My Way?" on the album Reload, which they also performed together at the Brit Awards. Robbie Williams' next album, Sing When You're Winning, was released in 2000. The album contained the controversial single "Rock DJ", which reached number 1 in the UK charts and was a minor hit in the United States.

In 2001, Robbie Williams released an album of cover songs from the 1950s and 1960s. The album, Swing When You're Winning, contained jazz, blues and pop standards such as "Ain't That A Kick In The Head" and "Mack The Knife". It also included a duet with Nicole Kidman, hot off the Oscar-nominated success of her movie musical Moulin Rouge!, singing a cover of the Frank and Nancy Sinatra classic "Something Stupid". This track became the Christmas #1 single in the UK that year.

Robbie Williams' latest album, Intensive Care, was released in late-2005. Following the release, he embarked on a World Tour during the summer of 2006.