Williams wanted to be in better shape when he returned to the stage and was determined to lose the extra flab he"d gained over the years. He even gave up his favourite foods to slim down and started on a crash diet.
The Daily Star quoted Williams as saying: "I've been a food ninja now for over two months. Food ninjary (sic) consists of not eating anything you like. "No cake, no crisps, no chocolate. Surprisingly easier than I thought it would be. Well, easy when you've got a record coming out and you don't want to look like the Michelin man."
London (ANI): British singer Robbie Williams, who is set to make his comeback, has been working hard on his diet. The 35-year-old singer is slated to release his first studio album in three years this October. The album titled Reality Killed the Video Star will be his first studio album since 2006's Rudebox, which was widely panned by critics.