Watch: Robbie Williams says he may get a wig for touring following failed hair transplant
Robbie Williams has confessed he is thinking of getting a hair piece glued on for his next tour.
The 48-year-old 'Old Before I Die' singer has been battling hair loss for several years and says catching sight of himself on stage with a bald spot can be deflating to his ego.
According to The Sun, Williams told Australian radio: "I’m thinking of getting a hair piece. There are these great wigs that you can get now, you have to shave all your hair off and then you have it placed on with glue and it sticks on for a couple of weeks.
“I might actually do it just for touring.”
The No Regrets singer added: “My hair is sort of mullet-y now. When I’m on stage and I’m giving it the big-gun, I’m looking at them like I still think I’m 27.
“And then I turn behind me and see a 40 foot version of me with three necks and there’s a light shining on the top of my head that makes it look like a baby’s arse I start to get slightly neurotic about declining hair.”
Williams has tried a number of things to save his thinning locks, including having a hair transplant back in 2013.
Then in 2020 he revealed he was trying hair powder to boost his barnet.
Finally, last year Williams' wife Ayda Field revealed she had shaved his head.
In June 2021 she posted a video on Instagram of herself shaving off the Take That star's locks leaving him completely bald.
She captioned the post: "@robbiewilliams is all or nothing when it comes to his hair... and apparently, it’s nothing now :)”
Williams and Filed, 42, married in 2010 and have four children: nine-year-old daughter Teddy, seven-year-old son Charlie, three-year-old daughter Coco and two-year-old son Beau.
The 'Kids' singer is going back on the road for a solo tour this year, kicking off in Munich, Germany in May, and then a homecoming gig at Stoke's Vale Park Stadium in June.
A biopic about the pop stars life is due to be filmed in Australia this year.
Better Man is being directed by The Greatest Showman's Michael Gracey and is expected to show his rise to fame in boyband Take That followed by his battle with addiction as he struggled to adjust to fame.
Watch: Robbie Williams show off his shaved head