Robbie Williams has blasted the BRIT Awards as ''f***ing boring'' in a new song he wrote all about his experiences at the show over the years.
Robbie Williams has blasted the BRIT Awards as ''f***ing boring'' in a new song.
The singer - who has received more BRITs than any other person and whose comeback single, 'Candy', was nominated for British Single at this year's event - has recorded the parody track with Guy Chambers, whom he previously worked with on five solo albums.
The track, called 'Brits 2013', starts with Robbie appearing to give an acceptance speech, saying: ''I'm very excited to be here yet again, it's an honour to be nominated. Blah-de-blah de-blah de-blah.''
He goes on to rap: ''Well that Brits night was so f***ing boring.''
He also talks about previous controversies he has been part of at the awards, such challenging Liam Gallagher to a fight and having sex with ''a female star or two''.
He sings: ''Coke [cocaine] in the toilets til seven in the morning, look the wrong way and we end up brawling.''
Turning attention to the show again he sings: ''It's like a V.D. [Sexually transmitted disease] clinic / only p***ks are in it / so f***ing dull and professional and timid.''
Robbie also pokes fun at his weight, rapping: ''I know I got fat, but every million I make you bake me a new cake.''
'Candy' lost out in the British Single category to Adele's 'Skyfall' from James Bond film 'Skyfall'.