Robbie Williams would kill to protect Britney Spears




Singer infuriated by treatment of his LA neighbour

Robbie Williams would be willing "to kill" for Britney Spears.

The former Take That singer - who moved to Los Angeles five years ago - is infuriated by the paparazzi throng he sees outside Britney's house and wants to do something about it.

Robbie confessed to Britain's The Observer newspaper: "I go past Britney Spears' house every day on the way to my hike and there are 30 cars outside, and I just want to get out and kill them."

The 33-year-old 'Feel' singer also revealed he is sacrificing a possible film career to focus on playing soccer and wants his team LA Vale FC to start attracting big names.

He said: "I get a lot of nice film offers, TV shows, that are very flattering to receive, but I turn them all down. I take an almost perverse joy in saying 'no thanks' to things.

"I want my team to be known. I want it to be an attractive team to play for, and I want it to have a buzz around it. All the matches are on the internet, so I encourage it really!"

Robbie says being team captain makes him feel part of a "gang" because he has so many new friends.

He added: "I've always wanted to be part of a gang, so really I've bought myself a gang. They're all fond of me, and I'm fond of them.

"At the beginning, some new lads came in and they started complaining about the amount of time they were getting on the field. I didn't put this things together for conflict, so I got rid of them."




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