Robbie Williams Just Dropped An Entire Christmas Album
Robbie Williams has just dropped his first Christmas album and it is a festive corker.
'The Christmas Present' has a mix of original songs as well as Christmas classics, from 'Santa Baby' to 'Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!' and 'Winter Wonderland' and costs £12 from his official website.
He's split the two-disc CD into two parts, the first 'Christmas Past' which features all the festive fabulousness and the second, 'Christmas Future' which plays host to much of his new material with a few covers thrown in.
And let us tell you, one of the tracks features Tyson Fury. Yes, the boxing legend Tyson Fury. Who knew his hidden talent?
But the celeb collaborations don't end there, because we also get to hear a track, 'Fairytales', with Rod Stewart in tow and Jamie Cullum joins Robbie for 'Merry Christmas Everybody'. It's quite the star-studded album.
King of Christmas crooning Michael Bublé we reckon you should be quaking in your boots over this festive challenge.
Announcing the drop on Twitter Robbie said: "It's here! My new album 'The Christmas Present' is out now everywhere".
And when he first announced his album back in October he said: "I'm beyond excited to announce my first ever Christmas album," Williams said in a statement. "I've done a lot in my career and releasing this record is another dream come true.
"Making this album has been so much fun and I can't wait for you all to hear it."
Well Robbie, you're making a lot of other people's dreams come true too - we imagine this will be top of the Christmas list for many.
But the question now is will one of his songs head for the top of the charts and will it stay there to bag the Christmas number one spot?
Robbie has serious competition in Coldplay, who have also just dropped their new album, 'Everyday Life'.
But the song in contention that he has released as a single is 'Time For Change'.
The video of the single shows him and his wife Ayda Williams enjoying a family Christmas together with kids like it is a home video and we have to admit, it's the cheesiest song and video we've seen in a long time.
We think him and Ayda slow dancing in front of the Christmas tree probably tips it over the edge tbh. It kind of looks more like a supermarket Christmas advert!
Saying that, we don't think his video would match this year's John Lewis Christmas ad - sorry Robbie!
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