His single faltered, but here’s how he could regain his former glory

Once he was selling out stadiums and riding high in the charts. But Robbie Williams seems to have lost his mojo – his latest single stalled at No 60 last week and his comeback album was beaten to No 1 by newbie boy band JLS (ouch!).

It’s no wonder Robbie‘s now refusing to tour due 
to his stage fright.

But, 
with several prospects in the pipeline, it should only take Robbie a few smart moves to get his career back on track…

Walking down the aisle

Making an honest woman of fiancée Ayda Field this year could be just what Robbie needs to get some stability in his life.

Judge X factor – don’t sing!

Simon Cowell‘s said to be keen to sign Robbie up as an X Factor judge for the next series – a move that’s guaranteed to earn Robbie a better reception than his live singing did on the show.

Rejoining Take That

He’s come to his senses and has been in the studio with his old Take That bandmates. Any song he releases with the boys will send nostalgic fans into meltdown, boosting his confidence massively.

More charity work

Since Robbie‘s single Morning Sun, in aid of Sport Relief only 
hit No 60 in the charts, his next charity move has to be an Eddie Izzard-style challenge, testing his physical ability.

He’s playing in a Soccer Aid football match in aid of Unicef on 6 June: good move!

Get back to counselling

Before developing stage fright, Robbie dazzled as a showman. If he can’t control his addictive personality on his own instead of turning to mum Jan, he may need professional help.

See the full story about Robbie Williams in Now magazine dated 5 April 2010 – out now!