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Saturday, February 17, 2007
Gary Barlow has taken a swipe at former bandmate Robbie Williams saying he will never be happy. The Take That singer believes Robbie - who checked into rehab for prescription drug addiction on Tuesday - has an inherent need to feel miserable.He said: "There are some people who will never be happy and I fear that Robbie will be one of them. We haven't heard from him in ages but the boys and I hope that he is OK." The foursome - Gary, Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Howard Donald - were accused of deliberately snubbing Robbie when they failed to mention him when they collected the award for British Single at last night's BRITs.
The boys celebrated their prize, which they received for hit song 'Patience', by heading to exclusive Knightsbridge restaurant Mocoto. During the evening's festivities, Jason - who was accompanied by his father - seemed to only have eyes for fellow diner former Mis-Teeq singer Alesha Dixon. An onlooker told Britain's Evening Standard newspaper: "She seemed pretty interested too. They were chatting for ages and were overheard trying to see when they would see one another again."