Robbie Williams addresses plastic surgery plans as he opens up on ‘manopause’
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Robbie Williams is convinced years of partying have left him deprived of essential hormones as he candidly opened up on plastic surgery.
The 49-year-old Take That star is the subject of an upcoming Netflix documentary where he is set to take a deep dive into the highs and lows of his career and personal life.
He has been open about his addiction issues in recent years and claims they were sparked by his rise to stardom as a member of Take That.
Robbie is now saying he’s experiencing the “manopause” as he approaches his 50th birthday.
Speaking to The Sun, the musician said: “The hair is thinning, the testosterone has left the building, the serotonin is not really here and the dopamine said goodbye a long time ago.
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“I’ve used up all of the natural good stuff. I’ve got the manopause.
“My daughter says to me, ‘Daddy’s lazy’. I don’t like the term ‘lazy’ as that’s how I was described when I was younger.
“The reality is that I’m just f***ing knackered from what I did to myself in the Nineties and bits of the 2000s.”
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He claimed he was banned from getting Botox while filming the Netflix series as he opened up about having the muscle-relaxing injections.
Robbie added: “I’m also getting my Turkey teeth done — I am looking about for the people that do the best teeth.”
He continued: “I will do it and I will get a neck lift too. I’m gifting that to myself next year.”
The star said he was going for a consultation around the festive period as a 50th birthday present for himself.
He recently asked fans to “go easy on me” as he addressed his struggles with life in the spotlight.
The Angels singer shared with his 2.9 million Instagram followers: “If I’m out, I’m anxious. I’m constantly surveying what’s coming my way.
“I hate to use this phrase but I also suffer from depression. I wish there was a different well-used phrase other than ‘suffer with’…I think ‘clinically depressed’ is better. Way more Lab-coaty. I just looked up the term ‘clinical depression’ because it sounds so heavy. And yeah, that’s what I’ve got. Meh…”
Robbie Williams is available to stream on Netflix from November 8.
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